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    What is parsing?? can someone give me an example please?? this what I got from BOL

    Returns the specified part of an object name. Parts of an object that can be retrieved are the object name, owner name, database name, and server name.
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    desireemm, is this supposed to be a reply to some existing thread?

    let me know which one and i can merge the threads for you
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    I'm pretty sure that she's referring to ParseName().

    Desiree, see the defintions from whatis.com or dictionary.com.

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    Parsing is the process of separating a string into component words or parts.
    If it's not practically useful, then it's practically useless.

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    Hooray

    Thank you so much guys I sure do appreciate it??

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    Is this for an interview?
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    What?

    No not for an interview..why??

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    No reason...

    Do you work in Lakeside?

    http://www.lakesideca.com/lakeside/d...hics/index.htm
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    Lakeside

    no I live in Lakeside

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    I love this stat

    Land Use: Lakeside is an unincorporated area of San Diego County, approximately 3,572 miles in size.

    Agricultural: 4.12%
    Commercial/Industrial: 0.91%
    Residential: 5.38%
    Public/Semi Public: 2.75%
    Transportation: 2.81%
    Undeveloped: 84.0%
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    why

    why Brett you thinking of Moving to Lakeside Ca??

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    I'm from Northern New Jersey....there is 0% undeveloped land

    If I did move out that way, it'd probably more toward the Sierra Nevadas

    How can you take all that sunshine all the time?
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