How to save Hash Value in SQL Server

From: Shomer Great via .NET 247 (anonymous_at_dotnet247.com)
Date: 05/15/05


Date: Sun, 15 May 2005 05:21:21 -0700

How to save Hash Value on the SQL Server?
What SQL Server data type to use?

Hash Value looks like: {19,55,198,12,420,13,36,107,109,25,82,23,510,552,931,996,478,442,130,200}

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