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I think you mean PascalCase (not camelCase) since Title Case only applies when there is white space separating the words. I agree with @wBob that the best you can do via T-SQL is ensure that the first letter is upper-case. Though you could probably go one step further, extending the condition suggested by @wBob, and ensure that the 2nd letter (assuming it ...


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SQL Server's implementation of the Like operator only supports a really cutdown kind of regEx which includes basic character matching and wildcards, but does not include Number of repeats like {1} or the other kind regEx anchors like \b or \s. It is also generally speaking, not case-sensitive. That said, you can sometimes spoof these kind of things with ...



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