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Old March 16th, 2004, 11:42 PM
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Default Checking for upper case in input parameter

Hi all,

How do i write a store proc to check whether there is upper case character in an input parameter? Return true if there is else return false

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If you check
you should have your answer...

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Oh, I forgot to add on, Erm...actually the Input Parameter is not just char type is a string type. So if is a string "HelloWorld", how would you go about doing it?

Any help would greatly be appreciated

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