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Tip of the Day
Language: SQL Server
Expertise: Beginner
Jun 26, 2000

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Between Statement

Question:
How do I write a statement that selects data between two dates?

Answer:
You can select data within two dates using the BETWEEN operator. Using the Orders table in the Northwind database, here's a sample query:

SELECT OrderID, CustomerID, OrderDate
FROM Northwind.dbo.Orders
WHERE OrderDate BETWEEN '7/1/96' AND '7/31/96'
The BETWEEN operator includes records where the criteria matches the BETWEEN values. So records with dates of 7/1/96 and 7/31/96 will be included. You can also use NOT BETWEEN to exclude data, like this:
SELECT OrderID, CustomerID, OrderDate
FROM Northwind.dbo.Orders
WHERE OrderDate BETWEEN '7/1/96' AND '7/31/96'
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