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Replacing a carriage return with a comma

Posted on 2011-09-13
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I have an sql statement:  SELECT Emp_LName, Emp_FName, Comments FROM Employee
The Comments field has carriage returns.  Is there a way to replace the carriage returns with a comma within the sql statement?
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Question by:LoriLHS
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SELECT Emp_LName, Emp_FName, REPLACE(Comments, CHAR(13), '.') [Comments] FROM Employee
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