In the last post, I looked at a new T-SQL function for SQL Server 2017. Let’s continue down that path and look at CONCAT_WS(), which is also new for SQL Server 2017. Here’s the definition of the function from Microsoft Docs:
“Concatenates a variable number of arguments with a delimiter specified in the 1st argument. (CONCAT_WS indicates concatenate with separator.)”
CONCAT_WS. It’s one of those functions that I haven’t quite committed to memory, but every time I get reminded of it, I remember that I really need to remember it.