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@@TEXTSIZE - TEXTSIZE Function

Posted By: Sarita Patel     Category: SQL Server     Views: 2284

This article explains about @@TEXTSIZE function in sql server with examples.

@@TEXTSIZE function is used to get current value of TEXTSIZE option of the SET statement. It specifies maximum length of text or image data in bytes that a SELECT statement returns. The default size is 4096 bytes.


Syntax of @@TEXTSIZE Function :

@@TEXTSIZE

Return type of @@TEXTSIZE function is integer.



Examples of @@TEXTSIZE Function :

Example 1 : Use of @@TEXTSIZE function in select clause

SELECT @@TEXTSIZE

Output
2147483647

Above example returns max length of text or image data in bytes.



Example 2 : Use of @@TEXTSIZE function after setting TEXTSIZE variable value in select clause

SET TEXTSIZE 2147483640
SELECT @@TEXTSIZE

Output
2147483640

SET statement modifies TEXTSIZE variable value and @@TEXTSIZE displays it in select statement.
  
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