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MySQL | MINUTE method

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schedule Jul 1, 2022
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MySQL's MINUTE(~) method returns the minute portion of a given time or datetime.

Parameters

1. time | time/datetime

The time/datetime to retrieve the minute from.

Return value

The minute portion of the input time or datetime.

Examples

Consider the following table about check in and check out times of some employees:

id

name

check_in

check_out

1

alex

2020-04-16 09:30:01

2020-04-16 17:45:31

2

bob

2020-04-16 07:00:05

2020-04-16 15:28:22

3

cathy

2020-04-16 11:50:01

2020-04-16 20:05:40

The above sample table can be created using the code here.

Basic usage

To return the minute that employees came into work:

SELECT name, MINUTE(check_in)
FROM employment;
+-------+------------------+
| name | MINUTE(check_in) |
+-------+------------------+
| alex | 30 |
| bob | 0 |
| cathy | 50 |
+-------+------------------+

To check for employees who came in before half-past the hour:

SELECT name, MINUTE(check_in)
FROM employment
WHERE MINUTE(check_in) < 30;
+------+------------------+
| name | MINUTE(check_in) |
+------+------------------+
| bob | 0 |
+------+------------------+

To return minute from a time:

SELECT MINUTE('48:05:55');
+--------------------+
| MINUTE('48:05:55') |
+--------------------+
| 5 |
+--------------------+
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