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Specific years 1998 to current years into a temp table SQL Server

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I want to create a stored  procedure that will give me the years from 1998 till the current year and put the values into a temp table.  This should be easy but am not getting the right thought process going. please help
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If you're just trying to put "1998", "1999", ..., "2011" into a temp table, but want it dynamic, its going to be easiest to just do this:

declare @yr int
select @yr = 1998
while @yr <= (select year(getdate()))
begin
    insert into <tbl> select @yr
    select @yr = @yr + 1
end
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