Configuring SQL Operations Studio

Kendra Little gave a quiz on SQL Operations Studio and is now sharing the answers:

Question 2: To toggle a BLOCK comment, the built-in shortcut is…

Answer: Shift+Alt+A

  • Correct: 43 (27%)
  • Incorrect: 118 (73%)

I think a lot of folks who use SSMS regularly and don’t use VSCode may not know what I meant by the question, because SSMS doesn’t have this functionality (or if it does, I’ve never figured out the shortcut!)

Check out all of the answers and build up those SQLOps skills.

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