FormatDate.sql

Monday Jan 31st 2005 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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This script will create a UDF called FormatDate that allows you to format a date by simply supplying a format such as 'mm/dd/yyyy', 'yyyymmdd', 'dddd, mmmm d1, yyyy', etc.



This script will create a UDF called FormatDate that allows you to format a date by simply supplying a format such as 'mm/dd/yyyy', 'yyyymmdd', 'dddd, mmmm d1, yyyy', etc. The comment header provides additional examples of how to use the function. The script has been tested on SQL Server 2000.

Author: Rusty Hansen


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FormatDate.sql


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