I have to calculate the difference in hours (decimal type) between two dates in SQL Server 2008. I couldn’t find any useful technique to convert datetime to decimal ..
SELECT GETDATE() Returns: 2008-09-22 15:24:13.790 I want that date part without the time part: 2008-09-22 00:00:00.000 How can I get that? Answer On SQL Server 2008 ..
I’ve got a table that collects forms submitted from our website, but for some reason, when they created the table, they didn’t put a timestamp in the table. ..
I can get the Monday of this week with: $monday = date_create()->modify('this Monday'); I would like to get with the same ease the 1st of this month. How can I achieve ..
I have an array such as: Array (  => Array ( [id] => 2 [type] => comment [text] => hey [datetime] => 2010-05-15 11:29:45 )  => Array ( [id] ..
One of my fields in one of my entities is a “datetime” variable. How can I convert this field into a string to render in a browser? Here is a code snippet: ..