Inserting a line break in the NVARCHAR data in SQL Server

Published on August 29, 2016 by abundantcode

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For inserting the character break in a data of type NVARCHAR in SQL Server , you can use CHAR(13).

Inserting a line break in the NVARCHAR data in SQL Server

DECLARE @temp_abundantcode TABLE (
    description NVARCHAR(200)

DECLARE @value as NVARCHAR(200)
INSERT INTO @temp_abundantcode VALUES ('This is abundantcode''s' + Char(13) + 'site.')

SELECT @value = [description] FROM @temp_abundantcode
PRINT @value


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