We use the following code to get data and time immediately:
select current timestamp; select systimestamp(); select getdate(); select localtimestamp();
Find the rows between two timestamps or data
select * from events1 where event_date between ‘2022-05-19’ and ‘2022-06-19.’ select * from events1 where event_date between ‘2022-03-09 10:01:00’ and ‘13:30:00.’
Find rows created within last week:
select* from events1 where event_data > (select dateadd(week, -1, getdate()));
We use the “Select” statement and “WHERE” clauses for querying the date and time. We can get the date and time of a particular interval. I hope this information is adequate for querying the date and time.
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