In my experience, it's best to keep everything is unix time stamp format --
soooooo easy for comparisons, and the function to convert it out to
YYYY-MM-DD took me 45 seconds :)
on 30/04/02 6:29 AM, Richard Fox ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> I have a date string, let's call it 'date a' in the format "2020-10-16"
> which I want to compare to the UNIX_TIMESTAMP overflow limit ("2038-01-18").
> Obviously I can't convert date 'a' to a timestamp because it may be too
> large. How can I make this comparision without converting it to a timestamp?
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