Is there a system date that can be used in extracts?

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Is there a system-date (like COBOL) that can be used in extracts?

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There is a timestamp in COBOL
Is that what you are asking?
Or are you looking to do an extract withsome other comamnd and want to put in a timestamp?
If that is the case, you can do the extract with SQL and get a Data and/or a timestamp field

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  • TomLiotta
    What platform are you asking about? PHP has an extract() function. Most forms of SQL have an EXTRACT() function (MySQL, DB2, Oracle, PostgreSQL...). It's not clear what the question is looking for. Tom
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  • Walod10
    I need a project on the extraction of address from a stream of document.
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  • Rafaeldomi
    Yum Can Even use the Postgresql command "to_char ()". e.g.: select to_char (current_date, 'dd')
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