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Changing Date Format?


Matt Ridge

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there are really two routes that you can take for this.. you can take the MYSQL route and use mysql functions for this, or you can go the PHP route and use PHP's built in date-time functions for this.. either of these you can google for

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The answer can only be as specific as the information provided. The OP didn't even see fit to mention what RDBMS is being used, and didn't bother to provide so much as a query string or a table description.

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in most cases, the quality of the answer reflects the quality of the question.

quite right, which is why I recommend the OP learn how to ask better questions. Assuming that "Yes" isn't the answer he wanted, even though it was a legit and accurate answer to the question he asked.

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in most cases, the quality of the answer reflects the quality of the question.

quite right, which is why I recommend the OP learn how to ask better questions. Assuming that "Yes" isn't the answer he wanted, even though it was a legit and accurate answer to the question he asked.

 

Actually it was the answer I needed. I was asking in a generic sense... I didn't feel the need to go into a tirade like I normally do.  I'm on a time crunch.

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