Last post Dec 19, 2012 01:05 PM by mohith.net
Dec 19, 2012 12:46 PM|mohith.net|LINK
Here is the query from one of my team mate. Can some one answer to this: What do the symbols $ @ and % mean when prefixing a
Dec 19, 2012 12:57 PM|hector_antonio_hernandez|LINK
It depends what you are talking about. I do not know if it is SQL or .NET.
In .NET you will see in some objects @VarName when your variable names is the same as a system reserved word. I this happening quite often when consuming web services as the WSDL may define a variable with the same name as a reserved word. If you are writing
SQL you can use @varname inside your text to specify that it is a parameter.
% I have not seen in .NET either unless it is for a wild character in an SQL statement or you are doing a MOD within 2 numbers var x = 3 % 6
Dec 19, 2012 01:05 PM|mohith.net|LINK
Actually the query is on C++