DATETIME Puzzle

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  • Good question, but a bit easy for 2 points.

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  • 2 points for so an easy question? Nice! 😀

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  • Thanks for the question.

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  • Koen Verbeeck (11/17/2011)


    Good question, but a bit easy for 2 points.

    After Che Guevara's question from yesterday, I'll take the easy two points.

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  • This wasn't totally easy. You really need to focus on the time part of the question. Thanks for submitting.

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  • Good question with a good explanation the presents a learning experience for those who got tripped up on either the dates or the BETWEEN.

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    Matt

  • I've seen this crop up enough time on the forums to see why it rates 2 points.

    While the answer is super-easy if you know DATETIME, this question highlights one of the easiest mistakes for a beginner to make, and one that has serious real-world implications.

  • Good Question. Was just working with this scenario...

  • I didn't see anything as to what question we were supposed to answer. Luckily I guessed correctly that we were supposed to select how many rows were returned by the query.

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  • tabinsc (11/17/2011)


    I didn't see anything as to what question we were supposed to answer. Luckily I guessed correctly that we were supposed to select how many rows were returned by the query.

    The question is written in large letters, although with a typo ("may" instead of "many") 🙂

    How may rows will be returned by following query?

  • A very easy question, unless you temporarily forget how to count :blush:

  • Good question, thanks.

  • sknox (11/17/2011)


    I've seen this crop up enough time on the forums to see why it rates 2 points.

    While the answer is super-easy if you know DATETIME, this question highlights one of the easiest mistakes for a beginner to make, and one that has serious real-world implications.

    Hear! Hear!

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