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Need DateTime format and count of records


Need DateTime format and count of records

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Hi all,

I need small query which determines DateTime and count of records of a table.

Example:
Table1: this table has records like this:
13/01/2010(DD/MM/YYYY)
01/13/2010(MM/DD/YYYY)
14/04/2001(DD/MM/YYYY)
11/03/2002(MM/DD/YYYY)
2010/01/01(YYYY/MM/DD)
the result should be like this:

datetime count
----------------------
DD/MM/YYYY 2
MM/DD/YYYY 2
YYYY/MM/DD 1


Can any one help on this.

Thank you all
Waiting for your good response..
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CREATE TABLE #Sample (MyStuff VARCHAR(22))
INSERT INTO #Sample (MyStuff)
SELECT '13/01/2010(DD/MM/YYYY)' UNION ALL
SELECT '01/13/2010(MM/DD/YYYY)' UNION ALL
SELECT '14/04/2001(DD/MM/YYYY)' UNION ALL
SELECT '11/03/2002(MM/DD/YYYY)' UNION ALL
SELECT '2010/01/01(YYYY/MM/DD)'

SELECT RIGHT(MyStuff, 12), COUNT(*)
FROM #Sample
GROUP BY RIGHT(MyStuff, 12)



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srisagar_p (10/25/2010)
Hi all,

I need small query which determines DateTime and count of records of a table.

Example:
Table1: this table has records like this:
13/01/2010(DD/MM/YYYY)
01/13/2010(MM/DD/YYYY)
14/04/2001(DD/MM/YYYY)
11/03/2002(MM/DD/YYYY)
2010/01/01(YYYY/MM/DD)
the result should be like this:

datetime count
----------------------
DD/MM/YYYY 2
MM/DD/YYYY 2
YYYY/MM/DD 1


Can any one help on this.

Thank you all
Waiting for your good response..


Hi
My understanding is
This are the formates you have given, these things you will not store in the database
MM/DD/YYYY or YYYY/MM/DD

CREATE TABLE #Sample1 (MyStuff VARCHAR(22))
INSERT INTO #Sample1 (MyStuff)
SELECT '13/01/2010' UNION ALL
SELECT '01/13/2010' UNION ALL
SELECT '14/04/2001' UNION ALL
SELECT '11/03/2002' UNION ALL
SELECT '2010/01/01'

Select MyStuff,case when RIGHT (left(MyStuff, 3),1) ='/' then 2 else 1 end [count] from #Sample1

DROP TABLE #Sample1

Thanks
Parthi

Thanks
Parthi
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