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Mysql Date Subtract

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Mysql Date Subtract is used to find the date between the current date and the date before the current date.

Mysql Date Subtract

     

Mysql Date Subtract is used to find the date between the current date and the date before the current date.

Understand with Example

The section of this Tutorial elaborate an example from 'Mysql Date Subtract'.To understand and grasp this example we use select DATE_SUB(curdate(),INTERVAL 1DAY) that return you date  one day before the current date.

DATE_SUB(curdate(),INTERVAL DAY) : The Query is used to return the date before the current date. The INTERVAL is used to subtract the number of days specified in interval from the current date.

Query to subtract from date 

select DATE_SUB(curdate(), INTERVAL 1 DAY);

Output 

+-------------------------------------+
| DATE_SUB(curdate(), INTERVAL 1 DAY) |
+-------------------------------------+
| 2009-01-01 |
+-------------------------------------+

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Sandip
April 15, 2011
Thanks

Thanks !!!!!!!!!!!! It worked for me