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Oracle PL/SQL Tutorial » SQL Data Types » Date Type Convert 
10.8.3.TO_CHAR(SYSDATE, 'MONTH DD, YYYY, HH24:MI:SS')

The following example gets the current date and time from the database using the SYSDATE function.

Converts it to a string using TO_CHAR() with the format MONTH DD, YYYY, HH24:MI:SS.

The time portion of this format indicates that the hours are in 24-hour format.

SQL>
SQL> SELECT TO_CHAR(SYSDATE, 'MONTH DD, YYYY, HH24:MI:SS')
  2  FROM dual;

TO_CHAR(SYSDATE,'MONTHDD,YYY
----------------------------
MAY       30200721:29:42

SQL>
10.8.Date Type Convert
10.8.1.Converting Datetimes Using TO_CHAR() and TO DATE()
10.8.2.Using TO_CHAR() to Convert a Datetime to a String
10.8.3.TO_CHAR(SYSDATE, 'MONTH DD, YYYY, HH24:MI:SS')
10.8.4.SELECT TO_DATE('7.4.06', 'MM.DD.YY')
10.8.5.SELECT TO_DATE('July 4, 2006', 'MONTH DD, YYYY')
10.8.6.TO_CHAR() with select statement
10.8.7.Converting a Number Representation to DATE Format
10.8.8.Converting a Spelled Date to DATE Format
10.8.9.Proper Use of the Default Format Mask
10.8.10.(sysdate-start_date)/365
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