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Watch this quick in-depth video short and learn how to find all the calendar days for a specific month using built-in MySQL date functions and recursive Common Table Expressions (CTEs)… This is a repost of a free article over on my Kofi page as part of the “MySQL Learning Tier” membership…

Watch this quick in-depth video short and learn how to find all the calendar days for a specific month using built-in MySQL date functions and recursive Common Table Expressions (CTEs). This is a repost of a free article over on my Kofi page as part of the “MySQL Learning Tier” membership

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I wrote the article, Fill in Missing Date Ranges using MySQL, where I used some of the built-in MySQL date functions and recursive CTEs, in order to fill in missing dates for a month.

Over on my Kofi page, I have published the video equivalent of the concepts covered in that post.

Visit the article, MySQL Find All Calendar Dates in the Month (video short), to watch the video.


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