INTERVAL

TO_DSINTERVAL

TO_DSINTERVAL converts its argument to a value of INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND data type. TO_DSINTERVAL accepts argument in one of the two formats: EXAMPLE 1 The following example uses the SQL format to select from the hr.employees table the employees who had worked for the company for at least 100 days on November 1, 2002: EXAMPLE 2 https://docs.oracle.com/en/database/oracle/oracle-database/19/sqlrf/TO_DSINTERVAL.html#GUID-DEBB41BD-9438-4558-A53E-428CE93C05D3

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NUMTOYMINTERVAL

Example Example 2 Let’s say you have a table named employees with columns employee_id, hire_date, and name. You want to retrieve the employees who have been working for more than 3 years. sql In this example: Adjust the table and column names accordingly based on your actual database schema. This example assumes that hire_date is

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