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sql statement while loops that displays increment month

Posted on 2012-04-05
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Hi everyone,

Can anyone show me on how to create a while loop that shows a increment of months?
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DECLARE @i INT
DECLARE @iNumberOfLoop INT
DECLARE @dtOrderDate DATETIME

SET @iNumberOfLoop = 12
SET @dtOrderDate = GETDATE()

SET @i = 1

WHILE @I >=iNumberOfLoop 
BEGIN


SET @dtOrderDate = DATEADD(m, @i, @dtOrderDate)

PRINT @dtOrderDAte

SET @i = @i+1

END

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Can anyone show me on how to create a while loop
Why does it have to be a while loop?

that shows a increment of months?
Can you tell us what output to expect?
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by:jogos
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@Cboudroz
If you increment in the loop, please take other result-variable for the output
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