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MySQL | YEAR

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MySQL's YEAR type is used to represent a year value. It is represented as follows:

YYYY or 'YYYY'

A few useful points to note:

  • Each year value is 1-byte

  • YEAR type is stored using 4 digits. MySQL 8.0 does not support 2-digit YEAR(2) data type.

  • Supported range is 1901 to 2155. It also allows for the zero year 0000.

Implicit conversion

For columns with YEAR data type, MySQL implicitly converts 1 or 2 digit strings / digits according to the below:

String / Digit

Range

Converted YEAR value

String

String

Digit

Digit

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