SQL Server Date Functions

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This page lists the most commonly used SQL Server Date functions that allow you to handle date and time data effectively.

Returning the current date and time

CURRENT_TIMESTAMPReturns the current system date and time without the time zone part.
GETUTCDATEReturns a date part of a date as an integer number.
GETDATEReturns the current system date and time of the operating system on which the SQL Server is running.
SYSDATETIMEReturns the current system date and time with more fractional seconds precision than the GETDATE() function.
SYSUTCDATETIMEReturns the current system date and time in UTC time
SYSDATETIMEOFFSETReturns the current system date and time with the time zone.

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