There are some errornous data entered in form of 4-digit year. How can I exclude inserting these? Thanks.
INSERT INTO [DegreeMajor]
select distinct ltrim(rtrim(degree_Major)) from dbo.PersonDegree pd
where degree_Major is not null and degree_Major not in ('MD', 'Master', 'B.A.', 'M.D.', '.', '', 'Doctor', 'MSC')
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