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How to Query Date and Time in Snowflake

In Snowflake, By using the “select” statement and the “WHERE” clause, we can query the date and time. This blog discusses different cases of querying the date and time. 

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Snowflake - Query Date and Time

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:

from events1
where event_data > (select dateadd(week, -1, getdate()));

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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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Kalla Saikumar is a technology expert and is currently working as a content associate at MindMajix. Write articles on multiple platforms such as ServiceNow, Business Analysis, Performance Testing, Mulesoft, Oracle Exadata, Azure, and other courses. And you can join him on LinkedIn.

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