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MySQL FROM_DAYS() Function

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Example

Return a date from a numeric representation of the day:

SELECT FROM_DAYS(685467);
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Definition and Usage

The FROM_DAYS() function returns a date from a numeric datevalue.

The FROM_DAYS() function is to be used only with dates within the Gregorian calendar.

Note: This function is the opposite of the TO_DAYS() function.

Syntax

FROM_DAYS(number)

Parameter Values

Parameter Description
number Required.  The numeric day to convert to a date

Technical Details

Works in: From MySQL 4.0

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Example

Return a date from a numeric representation of the day:

SELECT FROM_DAYS(780500);
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