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Guru's Guide to SQL Server™ Stored Procedures, XML, and HTML, The by Ken Henderson

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xp_array.dll

Let's begin by taking a tour through xp_array.dll because it contains the code that does the real array processing. As you'll see in a moment, I've wrapped these procedures in system functions to make them easier to use, but you can still call the procedures directly if you wish. You can find xp_array.dll (and its full source code) on the CD accompanying this book. Although it's compiled with a beta version of Visual Studio 7, it will compile just as easily in Visual Studio 6. I've used nothing from the .NET Frameworks or anything that's Visual Studio specific in it.

Xp_array.dll exports five extended procedures: xp_createarray, xp_setarray, xp_getarray, xp_destroyarray, and xp_listarray. To make these routines available on your ...

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