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Language: SQL Server
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 7, 1999

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Dates

Question:
select issuelog.analysts,issuelog.helpdesk,isssuelog.issue.issuelog.customer.issuelog.status.issuelog.logged,issuelog.date 
FROM issuelog
WHERE(((issuelog.date)like "*24/01/99*"))
ORDER BY issuelog.helpdesk;
How do I get it to search for a series of dates, such as the 24th, 25th, 26th etc., in one query?

Answer:
To search for a range, you simply use "BETWEEN." For example:

 

select ...
where
issuelog.date between '24/01/99' and '27/01/99'
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