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How to read and write field descriptions in SQL Server

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Greetings,
I am desperately looking for sample code for the reading and writing of the SQL Server table field names description field. I know that it forms part of the Extended properties of the tables but am having trouble finding concrete examples of how to read and write these descriptions.
Please can someone out there help me ?
Thanks,
Robert
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