At 22:29 -0500 4/27/06, Afan Pasalic wrote:
>No, not exactly. More as "there is a solution"...
>What would be the best way to do?
What's wrong with WHERE last_access >= NOW() - INTERVAL 1 HOUR ?
You don't want CURTIME(), I think, because that has only time, not the
>Paul DuBois wrote:
>>At 20:52 +0200 4/27/06, afan@stripped wrote:
>>>I was trying to list all registeed users they are "online" last 15 minutes.
>>>I can do it by using timestamp:
>>>$current_time = time();
>>>$start_time = ($current_time - 15*60);
>>>SELECT * FROM members WHERE last_access >= '$start_time'
>>>But, I know there is something like:
>>>SELECT * FROM members WHERE last_access BETWEEN(CURTIME(), INTERVAL 15 MIN)
>>>Thanks for any help.
>>If you mean "what is the syntax of BETWEEN?," it's in this section
>>of the manual:
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