SQL @@LANGUAGE is one of the Configuration Functions, which will return the name of the language that is currently used. And the syntax behind this is
SQL @@LANGUAGE Example
The below code snippet will show you the language name that is currently being used by SQL.
SELECT @@LANGUAGE AS 'Language Name'
You can use the SET LANGUAGE statement to change the default language. For example, let me change the US English to French.
SET LANGUAGE French; SELECT @@LANGUAGE AS 'Language Name'
If you don’t know the list of available languages or their names, then use the sp_helplanguage system stored procedure in SQL Server.