On Tuesday 19 November 2002 03:26, Aaron Wolski wrote:
> Hmm.. I would get it into a unix_timestamp (unless someone can suggest a
> reasoning for now doing so).

It really depends on where you want to manipulate the dates. If mostly from 
within  MySQL then store with DATE, DATETIME & TIMESTAMP, if within PHP then 

> Select unix_timestamp(storedDate) as date FROM SomeTable where blah
> blah"
> Should work like that?

Yes, something like that.

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