This Oracle tutorial explains how to use the Oracle / PLSQL TO_DATE function with syntax The Oracle / PLSQL TO_DATE function converts a string to a date. This tutorial provides you with the most commonly used Oracle date functions that help you handle date and time data easily and more effectively. When a DATE value is displayed, Oracle must first convert that value from the special internal format to a printable string. The conversion is done by a function .
Date Functions (Introduction to Oracle SQL)
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It takes a string str and a format string format. The value returned by an analytic function with a logical offset is always deterministic. Setting the timestamp to a nonzero value causes each subsequent invocation of NOW to return that value. The function is then applied to all the rows in the window. Literal characters in format must match literally in str. This is the end point specification and cannot be used as a start point specification. To convert a year-week to a date, you should also specify the weekday: The second argument can have a fractional part. To convert a year-week to a date, you should also oracle date functions the weekday: Please refer to "Literals" for information on interval literals. Note The period argument P is not a date value. If that is a problem, you can use row-based logging.