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.

See also: Functions in 10.6 ES, in 10.6 CS, in 10.5 ES, in 10.5 CS, in 10.4 ES, in 10.4 CS, in 10.3 ES, in 10.3 CS, in 10.2 ES, and in 10.2 CS

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.

EXTERNAL REFERENCES