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Insert comma and Hyphen seperated string into table via a Stored Procedure

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Hello,
I have a delimma... I have to insert a comma and hyphen seperated string into a table within a stored procedure.

The string is:
"CODE0-1,CODE2-0,CODE3-1"

CODE0 and the 1 values will be an insert
CODE1 and the 0 values will be an insert
and so on...

I know that this will have to be done within a While Loop but I don't know if I would be better off sticking this into a temp table then looping through the temp to do the inserts or what.

I am up open for any suggestions... Please help
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