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For SQL Server 2008, if I have a table with a field defined as either varchar(255) or nvarchar(MAX), can I input a comma in place of a value when using an insert statement if the field has no value?

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For SQL Server 2008, if I have a table with a field defined as either varchar(255) or nvarchar(MAX), can I input a comma in place of a value when using an insert statement, if the field has no value? Allow Nulls is checked.
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