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Oracle PL / SQL » Data Type » TO_Char Date 
Converting DATE to spelled-out character format


SQL>
SQL> -- Converting DATE to spelled-out character format.
SQL> SELECT TO_CHAR(SYSDATE,'MONTH DDTH YYYY') "Today" from DUAL;

Today
-------------------
AUGUST    31ST 2006

SQL>

           
       
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