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BETWEEN is meant among other operators at:
But be aware of that when you're using a datetime columns the query:
SELECT a from b WHERE a BETWEEN '2005-01-01' and '2005-01-03';
is equal to the following one:
SELECT a from b
WHERE a BETWEEN '2005-01-01 00:00:00' and '2005-01-03 00:00:00';
And record with a='2005-01-01 19:00:00' won't be included in the result set.
Erfan Shirazi wrote:
> It works fine, no errors and it seems to get correct data but the mysql
> manual and some other books doesn't mention anything about BETWEEN being
> used like this and therefor I'm not completely sure, anybody with any
> experience with my example?
> Erfan Shirazi
> Application Developer, Information Technology - Shipco Transport
> Email: eshirazi@stripped
> Phone: +45 39 15 05 63
> Felix Geerinckx wrote:
>> On 07/10/2005, Erfan Shirazi wrote:
>>> I have a question about BETWEEN.
>>> Could it be used to look up fields which have a date between to date
>>> Ex: '2005-10-07' BETWEEN tEffectivedate AND tExpirationdate
>>> tEffectivedate and tExpirationdate are DATE types.
>> What happened when you tried?
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