TIMESTAMP()

Overview

With a single argument, this function returns the date or datetime expression as a datetime value. With two arguments, it adds the arg2 time expression to the date or datetime expression, and returns the result as a datetime value.

EXAMPLES

SELECT TIMESTAMP('2020-01-31');
+-------------------------+
| TIMESTAMP('2020-01-31') |
+-------------------------+
| 2020-01-31 00:00:00     |
+-------------------------+
SELECT TIMESTAMP('2020-01-31 12:00:00','12:00:00');
+---------------------------------------------+
| TIMESTAMP('2020-01-31 12:00:00','12:00:00') |
+---------------------------------------------+
| 2020-02-01 00:00:00                         |
+---------------------------------------------+

CHANGE HISTORY

Release Series

History

10.6 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.6.4-1.

10.6 Community

  • Present starting in MariaDB Community Server 10.6.0.

10.5 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.5.3-1.

10.5 Community

  • Present starting in MariaDB Community Server 10.5.0.

10.4 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.4.6-1.

10.4 Community

  • Present starting in MariaDB Community Server 10.4.0.

10.3 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.3.16-1.

10.3 Community

  • Present starting in MariaDB Community Server 10.3.0.

10.2 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.2.25-1.

10.2 Community

  • Present starting in MariaDB Community Server 10.2.0.

Release Series

History

10.6 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.6.4-1.

10.5 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.5.3-1.

10.4 Enterprise

  • Present starting in MariaDB Enterprise Server 10.4.6-1.

EXTERNAL REFERENCES