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MySQL | TIME method

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schedule Jul 1, 2022
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MySQL's TIME(~) method returns the time from a given time or datetime value.

Parameters

1. expr | time/datetime

The time/datetime to retrieve the time from.

Return value

A time value as a string.

Examples

To return the time from a time value:

SELECT TIME('13:05:20.123456');
+-------------------------+
| TIME('13:05:20.123456') |
+-------------------------+
| 13:05:20.123456 |
+-------------------------+

Note that the fractional seconds (part after the .) are retained in the output.

To return the time portion of the current datetime:

SELECT NOW(), TIME(NOW());
+---------------------+-------------+
| NOW() | TIME(NOW()) |
+---------------------+-------------+
| 2020-05-19 22:22:58 | 22:22:58 |
+---------------------+-------------+
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