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MySQL DATEDIFF: Function Explanation with Examples

Here, we will explore the ins and outs of MySQL DATEDIFF and its practical applications. We will look deeply into its syntax and provide you with real-world examples to showcase how DATEDIFF can be utilized in different scenarios, such as calculating age, tracking project durations, and more.

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How To – Convert MSSQL Timestamp/Datetime to Unix Timestamp

Background Knowledge

I will explain how to convert a DATETIME (data type) value in Microsoft SQL Server to Unix timestamp and how to convert Unix timestamp to DATETIME. A Unix timestamp is a integer value of seconds since January 1, 1970 at midnight. For further explanation of Unix timestamps refer to Wikiepedia, or

Note: This solution only work on dates prior to 2038-01-19 at 3:14:08 AM, where the delta in seconds exceeds the limit of the INT data type (integer is used as the result of DATEDIFF). See source for further details as I have not verified a solution to this problem.


Convert Datetime Value to Unix Timestamp (today)

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