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CREATE TYPE FN FROM VARCHAR(75) NOT NULL
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is it say that nvarchar take up more space than varchar, how much more it takes?
DECLARE @Name1 AS NVARCHAR(100)= N'पवन'
DECLARE @Name2 AS VARCHAR(100)= N'पवन'
SELECT @Name1 , @Name2
2nd question - other than GTM_DATE, another other DATE type which is smaller in size and can record GMT value is not clear ?
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other than GTM_DATE, another other DATE type which is smaller in size and can record GMT value ?
I am not sure how can we make a diff between the GMT_DATE and normal DATE .
that type is what we defined, see attached.
I am not sure why we use GTM_DATE instead of DATE.
from SQL SSMS, it said it is a user defined date data type,... so I said that.
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