Hands-On-Lab: User Defined Functions in SQL Server

Hands-On-Lab: User Defined Functions in SQL Server

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Here is another popular lab from Hands-On-Lab library: User Defined Functions in SQL Server.

In Transact-SQL (T-SQL) User-Defined Functions allows to define our own function to perform logical calculations and it returns the result set of an action as a value. Scalar User-Defined Function, Inline table valued function and Multi-statement table valued function are three types of user-defined functions in T-SQL. This lab is divided into five exercises explaining scalar user defined functions, inline table valued functions and multi valued table valued functions.

Exercise 1: CREATE and implement a Scalar User-Defined Function
Exercise 2: CREATE and implement an Inline table valued function
Exercise 3: CREATE and implement a Multi-statement table valued function
Exercise 4: Self-Assessment
Exercise 5: T-SQL Challenge

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