Have a nice weekend~ It's too hot lately
Basically all languages have functions, so I won't introduce them in detail here. We have already touched some functions before, such as concat, Rtrim, here are some things that need attention.
Most SQL implementations support the following types of functions:
1. Text functions used to process text strings (such as deleting or filling values, and converting values to uppercase or lowercase)
2. Numerical functions used to perform arithmetic operations on numeric data (such as returning absolute values, performing algebraic operations)
3. Date and time functions used to process date and time values and extract specific components from these values (for example, return the difference between two dates, check date validity, etc.).
4. System functions that return special information that the DBMS is using (such as returning user login information, checking version details)
Earlier we came into contact with the RTEIM function, today we introduce another function-
Upperfunction, which is used to convert text to uppercase, for the following table name
UpperThe usage of the function is
Upper（str）, that is to say, the data type of the column must be a character type.
Corresponding function usage is different, some need one parameter, some need multiple, and those who are interested can go to find the information by themselves.
Period and date processing functions
The following function is good to understand. When you need to find it, you can
look at the following table name. The data type of column birthday is datetime.
Whether you insert or update the table value or use the WHERE clause to filter, the date must be in the format yyyy-mm -dd.
Let's recall the usage of where
Is the above result correct? But is it reliable? We note that the birthday column stores the time in addition to the date. Is this correct? Let's modify the form a bit and
give him a time (if not, the default is 00:00:00.000000), and then test the code just now.
The result returned at this time is empty, why? We know that the above match is a complete match, because there is time later, at this time the system thinks that the two are different, so it will not return the result. So what to do? At this time, we need to use the date function date.
Now there is a question. What should we do if we need to find out all the records whose birthday is in July 1998? One of the methods is to
target the following table name
Or use the regular expressions we learned before,
or it can be like this
Numerical processing function
Numerical processing functions only process numerical data. These functions are generally mainly used for algebra, trigonometry or geometric operations, so they are not as frequently used as string or date-time processing functions
Today’s content is relatively small, remember to review the previous content~