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MS SQL: Create User Function to Remove Long Words

I want a user function that will remove all words longer than 7 characters.

For example:
Select dbo.RemoveLongWords('Hello Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious 01234567890 World 123 @#$!@# pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis')

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Should return:

Hello World 123 @#$!@#

ALTER Function [dbo].[RemoveLongWords](@Temp NVarChar(MAX))
Returns NVarChar(MAX)
AS
Begin

...???...

End

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Microsoft SQL Server

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skij

8/22/2022 - Mon
chaau

Is it a homework?
skij

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@chaau: I've been working longer than you have been living :-)  It is not homework.
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This works perfectly, thanks!