I want to query by weekday in a given table on a column storing dates. E.g.
select * from MY_TABLE where date_column is 'Monday'
I saw a
DAYOFWEEK() function in mysql. But this only seems to manipulate the results of the query.
So is such a query even possible?
Use weekday name:
SELECT * FROM my_table WHERE DATE_FORMAT(date_column, '%W') = 'Monday';
Use weekday index:
SELECT * FROM my_table WHERE DAYOFWEEK(date_column) = 2 -- WHERE WEEKDAY(date_column) = 0
Answered By – Akina
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