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SQL Server Functions that helps to convert date and time values to and from string literals and other date and time formats.

, 20 May 2013
CAST(), CONVERT(), PARSE(), TRY_PARSE(), TRY_CONVERT(), FORMAT(), SQL Server Functions, SQL Server Functions that helps to convert date and time values to and from string literals and other date and time formats.
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