On Monday 21 October 2002 22:07, lallous wrote:
> TO_DAYS() applied on datetime field is returning different values on
> different times but same date!
> How can I pass to TO_DAYS() only the DATE part of my datetime field?

As far as I can tell, TO_DAYS() does only use the DATE part regardless whether 
you have passed a DATETIME field.


  select TO_DAYS(datetime_field) from table;


  select FROM_DAYS(TO_DAYS(datetime_field)) from table;

Anyway this is definitely belongs to the MySQL list, not here.

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