Mysql Date Functions

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Mysql Date Functions

Mysql Date Functions return you the current date, current year and current month.

Mysql Date Functions return you the current date, current year and current month.

Mysql Date Functions

     

Mysql Date Functions return you the  current date, current year and current month.

Understand with Example

The Tutorial illustrate an example from Mysql Date Functions. To understand this example, we use curdate ( ) query that returns the current date as field name 'current date'.

Query:-

 

 

 

mysql> select curdate()as currentdate;

Output:-

+-------------+
| currentdate |
+-------------+
| 2008-12-19 |
+-------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

Query:-

The Query below Year('2008-12-17') return you the current year as currentyear field name. 

mysql> select Year('2008-12-17')as currentyear;

Output:-

+-------------+
| currentyear |
+-------------+
| 2008 |
+-------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

Query:-

Till this you know how to get the current year. Now the given below query month('2008-12-17') return you the current month  as currentmonth fieldname.  

mysql> select Month('2008-12-17')as currentmonth;

Output:-

+--------------+
| currentmonth |
+--------------+
| 12 |
+--------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

Query:-

The Query below  return the current day from ('2008-12-17') as currentdate.

mysql> select day('2008-12-17')as currentdate;

Output:-

+-------------+
| currentdate |
+-------------+
| 17 |
+-------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

Query:-

The Query below return you the current date ,current month  and current year with respective field name.

mysql> select day(now())as currentdate,
-> month(now())as currentmonth,
-> year(now())as currentyear;

Output:-

+-------------+--------------+-------------+
| currentdate | currentmonth | currentyear |
+-------------+--------------+-------------+
| 19  | 12   |  2008   |
+-------------+--------------+-------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

Query:-

The Query return you the current day,date,month and year as respectively field name.

mysql> select date_format(now(),'%W')as Day,
-> date_format(now(),'%e')as date,
-> date_format(now(),'%M')as month,
-> date_format(now(),'%Y')as Year;

Output:-

+--------+------+----------+------+
| Day | date | month | Year |
+--------+------+----------+------+
| Friday | 19 | December | 2008 |
+--------+------+----------+------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

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