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Select name into ##TestFields from syscolumns where Id = object_id('" + @tablename + "') and xtype in (167,231)
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It appears to be part of a stored procedure where you supply the name of a table (@tablename) and it will insert into a global temporary table, hence the ##, the name of every varchar (167) and nvarchar(231) column in that table.
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