SELECT DATEPART(weekday, CAST('20051004' AS DATETIME) + @@DATEFIRST); : DATEFIRST « Date Functions « SQL Server / T-SQL Tutorial

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SQL Server / T-SQL Tutorial » Date Functions » DATEFIRST 




6SELECT DATEPART(weekday, CAST('20051004' AS DATETIME+ @@DATEFIRST);
7> GO

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10.5.DATEFIRST
10.5.1.To change the first day value, you can use the SET DATEFIRST command.
10.5.2.Using SQL Server's First Day of the Week Setting
10.5.3.SELECT DATEPART(weekday, CAST('20051004' AS DATETIME) + @@DATEFIRST);
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