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I have the following Tsql statement , however, since it has a single quote in it, it wont work. How do I go about replacing like what I have below.

update dbo.TABLE
set TITLE = 'E'
where TITLE = 'BA'S OFFICE'

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update dbo.TABLE
set TITLE = 'E'
where TITLE = 'BA''S OFFICE'

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