String_Split In 2016

Kevin Feasel

2016-03-04

Syntax

Reza Rad notes that there’s a new String_Split function in SQL Server 2016:

The new String_Split function is a table function which has two inputs:

String_Split(<main string as input>,<delimiter>)

Usage of it should be within From clause of your query because this is a table function.

I’m curious to see how this compares performance-wise to CLR and tally table split methods.

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