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Language: SQL
Expertise: Intermediate
Apr 9, 2018

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Finding the Difference Between 2 Dates in MySQL

MySQL provides a function DATEDIFF that takes two arguments, first date and the second date. The function computes the difference between them and returns a positive result if the first date is greater than the second date.

Command: SELECT DATEDIFF('2018-03-20','2018-03-10') AS 'DATE DIFFERENCE';

Expected output:

+-------------------+
|DATE DIFFERENCE    |
+-------------------+
|               10  |
+-------------------+
M S Sridhar
 
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