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How to get month number like Jan -01, Feb-02 ... Instead of Jan-1, Feb-2


How to get month number like Jan -01, Feb-02 ... Instead of Jan-1, Feb-2

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Hi,

Need help on get month number from Date field, I am getting month number as 1 for Jan, 2 for Feb
But I need 01 for Jan, 02 for Feb..like this

Can you please some one help me out


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Lynn Pettis
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try this and see if it helps:



select right('0' + cast(month(getdate()) as varchar),2)




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Or maybe a little "silent truncation" (one of my favorite tools) is in order.

SELECT CONVERT(CHAR(2),GETDATE(),1)




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