CONVERT(char(10), GETDATE(), 112) : CONVERT « Data Convert Functions « SQL Server / T-SQL Tutorial

3> CREATE TABLE my_date (Col1 datetime)
4> GO
2> INSERT INTO my_date VALUES (CONVERT(char(10), GETDATE(), 112))
3> GO

(1 rows affected)
2> drop table my_date;
3> GO

13.3.1.CONVERT function syntax
13.3.2.Values for the style argument of the CONVERT function when you convert a datetime expression to a character expression. CONVERT (INTEGER , '123')
13.3.4.The syntax of the CONVERT function CONVERT(data_type, expression [, style])
13.3.5.CONVERT(varchar,BillingDate,100) 'Mmm dd yyyy hh:mmdp'
13.3.6.CONVERT(varchar,BillingDate,101) 'mm/dd/yyyy'
13.3.7.CONVERT(varchar,BillingDate,103) 'dd/mm/yyyy'
13.3.8.CONVERT() function requires two arguments: the first for the target data type and the second for the source value.
13.3.9.SELECT 'Default Date: ' + CONVERT(VarChar(50), GETDATE(), 100)
13.3.10.SELECT 'US Date: ' + CONVERT(VarChar(50), GETDATE(), 101)
13.3.11.SELECT 'ANSI Date: ' + CONVERT(VarChar(50), GETDATE(), 102)
13.3.12.SELECT 'UK/French Date: ' + CONVERT(VarChar(50), GETDATE(), 103)
13.3.13.SELECT 'German Date: ' + CONVERT(VarChar(50), GETDATE(), 104)
13.3.14.SELECT CONVERT(VarChar(50), @Num, 0)
13.3.15.CONVERT(datetime, '20000704')
13.3.16.SELECT CONVERT(datetime, '10.12.99',1)
13.3.17.SELECT CONVERT(datetime, '10.12.99',4)
13.3.18.CONVERT(char(10), GETDATE(), 112)
13.3.19.CONVERT(varchar(10), advance, 2)
13.3.20.CONVERT(varchar(20), GETDATE())
13.3.21.The conversion of a char data type to a datetime data type resulted in an out-of-range datetime value.
13.3.22.CONVERT(char(8), BillingDate, 1) and CONVERT(varchar(9), PaymentTotal, 1)
13.3.23.Conversion failed when converting the varchar value 'abc' to data type int.
13.3.24.CONVERT(varchar(12), OrderDate, 5)
13.3.25.Compare date type value after converting
13.3.26.Use convert function with variables