ADDDATE('2005-12-31', INTERVAL '3:30' HOUR_MINUTE) returns '2005-12-31 03:30:00'. : ADDDATE « Date Time « SQL / MySQL

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SQL / MySQL » Date Time » ADDDATE 
ADDDATE('2005-12-31', INTERVAL '3:30' HOUR_MINUTE) returns '2005-12-31 03:30:00'.
    
mysql>
mysql> select ADDDATE('2005-12-31', INTERVAL '3:30' HOUR_MINUTE);
+----------------------------------------------------+
| ADDDATE('2005-12-31', INTERVAL '3:30' HOUR_MINUTE|
+----------------------------------------------------+
2005-12-31 03:30:00                                |
+----------------------------------------------------+
row in set (0.00 sec)

mysql>

   
    
    
    
  
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