T-SQL Formatters

Kenneth Fisher links to a set of T-SQL formatters:

I have a hard time working with code that’s so badly formatted I can’t read it. Normally I’d just format it myself, but this was a good dozen pages long. So what did I do? I ran to twitter screaming for help.

And I got a lot of responses! Here were the recommendations followed by who recommended them:

My favorite is DevArt’s SQL Complete, which is a paid product, but covers almost perfectly our 30-some page T-SQL formatting guideline.

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