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SQL Script - Insert comma separated values with a comma in value

In the 5th value I am entering below, I actually want to enter the comma in the middle.  I want to enter this as the 5th value '''1900-01-01''','''0001-01-01'''.  Is there some kind of escape character I can use to enter that in the manner described?

insert into CMvCM2.dbo.LA_Analysis_Var_MICLGCDt values (
'score1',
29,'-29',
536870912,
'd.MICLGCDt',
'''1900-01-01''','''0001-01-01''',
'b.MICLGDt',
'''01-01-1900''')
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donnatronious
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donnatronious
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
You do not need to escape commas.
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imitchieCommented:
insert into CMvCM2.dbo.LA_Analysis_Var_MICLGCDt values (
'score1',
29,'-29',
536870912,
'd.MICLGCDt',
'''1900-01-01'',''0001-01-01''',
'b.MICLGDt',
'''01-01-1900''')

I've removed two extraneous single quotes for you.  below is what it looks like (added spaces for clarity)
begin quote -- escaped quote --- escaped quote --- comma --- escaped quote ---- escaped quote ----- end quote
'   ''    1900-01-01''    ,     ''    0001-01-01    ''    '
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ursangelCommented:
Why dont you directly use the whole things inside a single quoted string
i didn get your reason for using it in this way.
'1900-01-01,0001-01-01'

if im wrong, please correct me
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