derived column to delete comma (,)

I searched everywhere couldn't find out what the CHAR number for the comma.

I've this derived column query in SSIS to strip the commas from the full name.

REPLACE(Full_NAME_Column,", "," ")

John, Doe     to    John Doe

Please help

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Jason YousefSr. BI DeveloperAsked:
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Jason YousefSr. BI  DeveloperAuthor Commented:

cheers and thanks for your reply
still doesn't work for me !

is my expression looks ok?

REPLACE(PAT_NAME_File1,"char(44)"," ")
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declare @t varchar(10)
set @t='sqlhug,com'
select REPLACE(@t,char(44),' ')

Jason YousefSr. BI  DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Your example works, but in SSIS expression doesn't work, any clue?
Reza RadConsultant, TrainerCommented:
your expression is correct.
what is your problem exactly?
do you read data from a flat file?
I checked this and this removed any comma in column,

let me know your whole problem , maybe there be a better way.
Jason YousefSr. BI  DeveloperAuthor Commented:
This actually worked for me.... but thanks anyway for your help

REPLACE(PAT_NAME_File1, "," ,"" )

Jason YousefSr. BI  DeveloperAuthor Commented:
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