Right-Aligning Numbers In Management Studio

Daniel Hutmacher has a trick to right-align results in SQL Server Management Studio:

Here’s something I’ve found: the space character is roughly about half the width of a typical number character. So replace every leading space with two spaces, and it will look really neat in the grid:

Click through for the script.  This one goes near the back of the toolbelt, but it can come in handy when trying to troubleshoot values by eyeball and without Excel.

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