>>Script Language and Platform: SQL Server
This script can change any string to “Title Case” (i.e: 1st letter of each word in the parameter is capitalised, and subsequent letters of each word are made to lower case)
For Example: “HeLLo wOrlD” would be outputted as “Hello World” using this function.
How to create this function in SQL Server:
- Run SQL Enterprise Manager.
- Expand as following:
Microsoft SQL Servers -> “Your Group” -> “your Server” -> Databases -> “your database” -> User Defined Functions
- Right click on “User Defined Functions” and select “New User Defined Function” from the popup menu.
- In the box that appears cut and paste the downloadable script as given.
How to use this function in SQL Server:
Select fn_TitleCase(‘HeLLo wOrlD’)
Select dbo.fn_TitleCase(‘HeLLo wOrlD’)
You should get the output as Hello World.
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