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MySQL TIME() Function

❮ MySQL Functions

Example

Extract the time part from a time expression:

SELECT TIME("19:30:10");
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Definition and Usage

The TIME() function extracts the time part from a given time/datetime.

Note: This function returns "00:00:00" if expression is not a datetime/time, or NULL if expression is NULL.

Syntax

TIME(expression)

Parameter Values

Parameter Description
expression Required. The time/datetime to extract the time from

Technical Details

Works in: From MySQL 4.0

More Examples

Example

Extract the time part from the datetime expression:

SELECT TIME("2017-08-15 19:30:10");
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Example

Extract the time part from the datetime expression:

SELECT TIME("2017-08-15 19:30:10.000001");
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Example

Extract the time part from NULL:

SELECT TIME(NULL);
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❮ MySQL Functions