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The following prints out "0" - SQL procedure and use of the "charindex" function.


My code prints out 0 for the value of charindex ( 'Hello.', '.' ).

Did I miss something? I think it should print out 6!
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Does the word "doh!" mean anything to anyone? Well, in fact, I should have
written charindex ( '.', 'Hello.')

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My code prints out 0 for the value of charindex ( 'Hello.', '.' ).

Did I miss something? I think it should print out 6!

Jul 20 '05 #2

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