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Gaston Verelst30-Nov-20 21:12
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I would suggest a couple of things:
- a stored procedure that is just a collection of these wonderful SQL statements that is commented well and set up to NOT be runnable (comment out the whole thing between /* and */, probably)
- set up a comment area above each piece of code with keywords or details about what the code does and what it would be useful for
- using a search (CTRL-F) on the stored procedure you called GreatCodeToMaybeReuseSomeday (or whatever) to find the SQL of interest.
- Copy and paste the code you found.

Probably the closest to "think it and it will appear"
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