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SELECT DATE_FORMAT("2010-08-30 21:19:58", "%a. %b %e, '%y");

    
mysql>
mysql> SELECT DATE_FORMAT("2010-08-30 21:19:58", "%a. %b %e, '%y");
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| DATE_FORMAT("2010-08-30 21:19:58", "%a. %b %e, '%y") |
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| Mon. Aug 30, '10                                     |
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1 row in set (0.00 sec)

   
    
    
    
  










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