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"Int" and "IntN" DataType

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What is the diffrent between INT and INTN DataTypes?
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INTN is the same as INT except that INTN stores NULL values.  Note that in INTN 0 is *not* NULL...INTN can store all of the values an INT can, *or* it can be NULL.  This datatype is for internal use by the SQL server.  See the following page for more info:

http://www.sfi-software.com/manuals/helpsql/helpsqlNull_Values.html
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oops, change this sentence:  "INTN is the same as INT except that INTN stores NULL values"

to "INTN is the same as INT except that INTN can store NULL values
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