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    Hmmm, If that is the case I would say that...

    Hmmm,


    If that is the case I would say that you have a much bigger problem with your server and database/applications other than the way MySql naturally handles dates.

    I would question...
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    I don't think that you can do it that way? My...

    I don't think that you can do it that way?

    My understanding is that the date is actually stored in a standard format (yyyy-mm-dd) and that you can change this with a format or a function to...
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