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Does anybody have or know of a list of the different SQL Data Types and how many bytes they take up.

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Does anybody have or know of a list of the different SQL Data Types and how many bytes they take up.
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Here is the link.

From this page you can access each data type which includes the size

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187752.aspx
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select xtype, length from systypes

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select xtype, length from systypes


Is length the number of bytes.
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Yes. The query is this: select name, length from systypes

I chose the wrong column.

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Thanks....  systypes is very useful...
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