Please give more information about your problem. Are you trying to
format a timestamp field in a MySQL table?
If yes, you can do something like,
SELECT DATE_FORMAT( columnname, '%m-%d-%y : %T-%i' );
Hope this helps...
On Sat, 2003-05-31 at 01:38, Rick Dahl wrote:
> I want to print out a timestamp of length 14. I want to have it formatted
> mm-dd-yy : hh-mm
> I have looked but all I can find is how to format a date and I don't want
> that. I want the time also.
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