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From:Vivek Khera Date:June 2 1999 6:14pm
Subject:Re: Dates querying Mysql
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>>>>> "u" == unknown  <unknown@stripped> writes:

>> From what I gather, there's an implicit 00:00:00 attached to all the DATE
u> values.  Why not, when comparing against DATETIME columns, attach a
u> 23:59:59 to the upper bound instead?  That seems pretty easy...

That was my question yesterday ;-)

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          • Re: Dates querying MysqlVivek Khera25 May
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