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How To Enter Microseconds in SQL Statements?

If you want to enter microseconds in a SQL statements, you can enter them right after the time string as a 6-digit number delimited with '.'. '0' will be padded to right if not enough digits. Here are some good examples:

SELECT TIME('1997/01/31 09^26^50.123') FROM DUAL;
   09:26:50.123000
   
SELECT TIME('1997/01/31 09^26^50.000123') FROM DUAL;
   09:26:50.000123

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  1. What Are Date and Time Data Types?
  2. How To Write Date and Time Literals?
  3. How To Enter Microseconds in SQL Statements?
  4. How To Convert Dates to Character Strings?
  5. How To Convert Character Strings to Dates?
  6. What Are Date and Time Intervals?
  7. How To Increment Dates by 1?
  8. How To Decrement Dates by 1?
  9. How To Calculate the Difference between Two Dates?
  10. How To Calculate the Difference between Two Time Values?
  11. How To Present a Past Time in Hours, Minutes and Seconds?
  12. How To Extract a Unit Value from a Date and Time?
  13. What Are Date and Time Functions?
  14. What Is TIMESTAMP Data Type?
  15. How Many Ways to Get the Current Time?

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