Find the first and last day of a month with MySQL – Medium repost

Knowing the first and last day of a given month can help you figure out other information relevant and important data. You can determine these values using select MySQL date functions. Learn how in this Medium post I’m resharing here for any interested readers…

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MySQL has many Date functions available to help you process temporal data types and values. Sometimes you have to use specific date functions together to get the information you need if existing functionality is lacking in the built-in suite of functions.

Visit the post, Determine the First and Last Day of a Month with MySQL, to learn how to use several of the available Date functions for this specific information.

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