MySQL SECOND() function
MySQL SECOND() returns the second for a time. The return value is in the range of 0 to 59. It provides a way to isolate the second part of a time value, allowing for various time-related calculations and data analysis.
This function is useful in -
- SECOND() is valuable for analyzing and categorizing data based on the second component of time.
- The function is used in time duration calculations to determine the number of seconds within a time interval.
- SECOND() aids in filtering data based on specific seconds, helping to focus on subsets of data.
- The function helps in presenting time-based data with a more detailed breakdown, including seconds.
- SECOND() can be used to create custom time formats that include the second value.
- The function can be used to synchronize events or activities that occur at specific seconds within a minute.
- SECOND() supports time series analysis by allowing you to group data based on the second component of time.
Where tm is a time.
MySQL Version: 8.0
Example: MySQL SECOND() function
The following statement will return the value of second for a given time 21:29:46.
mysql> SELECT SECOND('21:29:46'); +--------------------+ | SECOND('21:29:46') | +--------------------+ | 46 | +--------------------+ 1 row in set (0.00 sec)
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