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Snippet Name: Date Functions: NUMTODSINTERVAL

Description: Converts a number to an INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND literal.

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Language: PL/SQL
Highlight Mode: PLSQL
Last Modified: March 10th, 2009

NUMTODSINTERVAL(n, <interval_unit>)
 
SELECT NUMTODSINTERVAL(120, 'DAY') FROM dual;
 
SELECT NUMTODSINTERVAL(1200, 'HOUR') FROM dual;
 
SELECT NUMTODSINTERVAL(12000, 'MINUTE') FROM dual;
 
SELECT NUMTODSINTERVAL(120000, 'SECOND') FROM dual;
 
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