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UNICODE Function

Posted By: Sarita Patel     Category: SQL Server     Views: 2371

This article explains UNICODE function of sql server with examples.

UNICODE is used to get unicode of first character defined by the unicode standard from the specified string. It returns an integer value.

Syntax of UNICODE Function :

UNICODE ( 'ncharacter_expression' )

ncharacter_expression is a string of type nchar or nvarchar.

It returns an integer data type.

Examples of UNICODE Function :

Example 1 : Use of UNICODE function in select clause

SELECT UNICODE('Syntax-Example')


Above example returns unicode value of first character 'S' from specified string.


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