I have never been a fan of the language, “less than,” or “greater than.” They just don’t work. I understand that’s a bad way to talk about a number. “Less than” is better than “greater than,” but the fact is that we are all about the same number.
Less than, greater than, and equal to are all very bad ways to talk about numbers. I can’t just forget that, or I will go insane.
Well, there are a few ways to define the number one. I guess the one that comes to mind most is the number one and then greater than, lesser than, and equal to. The rest are just bad ways to describe the number one in comparison to the rest.
Well, I will not go into those details, but one of the reasons this is a bad way to describe the number one is because 1 is the one that is used in math and science. A number one is a number that is one larger than the one before it. So if you are talking about 1 and the number before it, you are going to say that it is larger than the number before it (1 + 4).
SQL dates are dates that are stored in a database as integers. The one before the number is the one before the number 1. The one after the number is the one after the number 1. So 1 > 1 4 is a bad way to describe the number one because it is a number that is one larger than the number before it, and since SQL dates are integers, the number after it 1 is larger than the number before it 1 4.
SQL dates are the most widely used type of datetime. They are stored as milliseconds since the beginning of time, so in this case it is 1 4. The integer before the number is the number before the number 1. The integer after the number is the number after the number 1. There are many different ways to store a date in a database, but I’m just going to give you an example.
One way you can store a date is with a date time field. You can specify a time (in seconds since the epoch) and a date and it will store that date and time as a integer. This time it’s 1 4:00:00. That’s a date time field.
sql date greater than is also just a way to return a date with no fractional part. So you can store a date like this: 5/30/2010 and get back a date with no fractional part of 1 4.
sql DateTime is a way to specify a date without having to use a time. An example would be 5302010.sql DateTime greater than is just like a date. Its a way to specify a date without having to use a time.