The Question : 2295 people think this question is useful I’ve got a huge list of date-times like this as strings: I’m going to be shoving these back into proper datetime fields in a database so I need to magic them into real datetime objects. This is going through Django’s ORM so I can’t use
The Question : 2755 people think this question is useful Would you recommend using a datetime or a timestamp field, and why (using MySQL)? I’m working with PHP on the server side. The Question Comments : this has some relevant information codeproject.com/Tips/1215635/MySQL-DATETIME-vs-TIMESTAMP If you want your application to be broken in February, 2038 use timestamp.
The Question : 680 people think this question is useful Is it possible to make a simple query to count how many records I have in a determined period of time like a year, month, or day, having a TIMESTAMP field, like: Or even: To have a monthly statistic. Thanks! The Question Comments : I
The Question : 922 people think this question is useful How do you set a default value for a MySQL Datetime column? In SQL Server it’s getdate(). What is the equivalant for MySQL? I’m using MySQL 5.x if that is a factor. The Question Comments : I use CURRENT_TIMESTAMP in my mysql table (not in
问题内容: In a Nodejs application I’m using the Sequelize ORM to write records to a mysql database. Every table has a createdAt field by default, but that only records datetime with seconds: mysql> SELECT createdAt FROM ticks LIMIT 3; +---------------------+ | createdAt | +---------------------+ | 2017-11-08 16:34:21 | | 2017-11-08 16:34:15 | | 2017-11-08 16:34:27
问题内容: I would like simply get Android current time and pass to .NET WebAPI. That is it. But there are many approaches… I tried this one Android side String TimeOfRequest = Long.toString(new Date().getTime()); .NET side var epoch = new DateTime(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, DateTimeKind.Utc); t = epoch.AddMilliseconds(Convert.ToInt64(locationItem.TimeOfRequest)); But it gives this result 0001-01-02
问题内容: I have a large dataframe with dates (datetime64[ns] format) and values of JPY. I want to convert the JPY values of the dataframe for each specific time to USD using the python forex modul. The forex modul needs datetime.datetime / date_obj as input, so I tried to convert the datetime64 column to datetime.datetime dataframe,