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MySql - subtract days from current date

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In MySql, there is available DATE_ADD() function that helps to subtract days from some date. In this example we presented way how to subtract some days from current date.

1. DATE_ADD() with NOW() functions example

This example subtracts 30 days from current time.

SELECT DATE_ADD(NOW(), INTERVAL -30 DAY);

Result:

Subtract 30 days from current date operation in MySql with HeidiSQL.
Subtract 30 days from current date operation in MySql with HeidiSQL.
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