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SQL Server / T-SQL Tutorial » Data Types » Create Type 
5.6.5.Dropping User-Defined Types
4>
5CREATE TYPE dbo.AccountNBR FROM char(14NOT NULL
6> GO
1>
2> DROP TYPE dbo.AccountNBR
3> GO
1>
5.6.Create Type
5.6.1.The syntax of the CREATE TYPE statement is as follows:
5.6.2.Creating and Using User-Defined Types
5.6.3.Identifying Columns and Parameters that Use User-Defined Types
5.6.4.Now see what parameters reference the AccountNBR data type
5.6.5.Dropping User-Defined Types
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