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Managed Code vs. Transact-SQL

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Hi experts, i am reading about
Managed Code vs. Transact-SQL
but i do not understand
Managed Code:"Executes within the SQL Server or client processes"

specifically client processes

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I guess it means that either SQL Server can call managed code or client application (which can be a win32 app, system service, web service, etc - hence a more common term 'process').
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>>Managed Code vs. Transact-SQL

For me that is comparing chalk and cheese - they are for two different purposes.

T-SQL : for data handling and manipulation of tables...
managed code : for coding the user interface which can then call T-SQL statements to set/retrieve data for the UI
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