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Use the + and - operators to perform date interval addition and subtraction

    
mysql>
mysql> SELECT CURDATE( ), CURDATE( ) + INTERVAL 1 YEAR;
+------------+------------------------------+
| CURDATE( ) | CURDATE( ) + INTERVAL 1 YEAR |
+------------+------------------------------+
| 2011-10-03 | 2012-10-03                   |
+------------+------------------------------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

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