Some (or maybe most?) languages and operating system command shells allow for breaking up long lines into multiple lines (i.e. lines separated by hitting Enter / Return). This is accomplished by ending a line with a particular character that indicates that the line is not ending. For operating system shells this means that the command… Continue reading Line-Continuation in T-SQL
SQL Server 2017 adds 68 new Collations, but none end with "_SC". This seems to be due to Supplementary Characters being supported by default (which is great 😺).