John Nash - 11 months ago 52

SQL Question

Consider the following snippet of SQL:

`Select DATEDIFF(dd, '2014-09-22 09:14:01.850','2014-09-24 17:14:53.243') -- 1`

This returns "2", but I actually want "3", since I am calculating the total number of days attended by an employee. I.e. in the above case he has attended

`datediff`

Answer Source

DATEDIFF with the `dd`

parameter returns the number of date boundaries between 2 dates.

So `DATEDIFF(dd, '2014-09-22 09:14:01.850','2014-09-24 17:14:53.243')`

will return 2 - because it is counting 23rd, and 24th.
If you want to count 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, then just add 1, e.g.

```
Select DATEDIFF(dd, '2014-09-22 09:14:01.850','2014-09-24 17:14:53.243') + 1
```