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datepart function in Linq

, 28 Dec 2012 CPOL 0
I am assuming that you want to retrieve all the records where date of birth is on Jan 2012 or Feb 2012. If that's the case you can use DATEPART[^] to filter your rows.trySELECT COUNT(*) AS TotalRows FROM DOBWHERE (DATEPART(Month,dateOfBirth) = 1 OR DATEPART(Month,dateOfBirth) = 2) AND...

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