- Before running any code, you should fully comprehend what it does.
- Failing the above, run any code on a system that neither you nor anyone who pays you cares if it starts on fire the instant you run said code.
- Even with the above caveats, you absolve me of anything that happens to your system(s) as a result of running provided code.
- Don't plagiarize. I want you to use the code that I provide (or at least learn from it), but I also want credit for it.
- To crib a line from a sign on my local pizza joint, if you like what you see here, tell others. If you don't, tell the management.
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So... I'm planning on using this space as a place to talk about things that I find interesting about MS SQL. From time to time, that will involve code/scripts. Right out of the gate, I want to lay the following ground rules: