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CONVERT(VarChar(50), GETDATE(), 102)


1>
2>
3> SELECT 'ANSI Date: ' + CONVERT(VarChar(50), GETDATE(), 102)
4> GO

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ANSI Date: 2006.10.12

(1 rows affected)
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