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==See Also==
 
==See Also==
[[CDOW()]], [[CMONTH()]], [[CTOD()]], [[DATE()]], [[DATETIME()]], [[DAY()]], [[DAYS()]], [[DMY()]], [[DOW()]], [[DTOC()]], [[DTOM()]], [[DTOS()]], [[DTOV()]], [[EPOCH()]], [[GOMONTH()]], [[MDY()]], [[MONTH()]], [[MTOD()]], [[QUARTER()]], [[SET CENTURY]], [[SET DATE]], [[SET EPOCH]], [[SET HOURS]], [[SET MARK]], [[STOD()]], [[VTOD()]]
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[[AMPM()]], [[CDOW()]], [[CMONTH()]], [[CTOD()]], [[CTOT()]], [[DATE()]], [[DATETIME()]], [[DAY()]], [[DAYS()]], [[DMY()]], [[DOW()]], [[DTOA()]], [[DTOC()]], [[DTOM()]], [[DTOS()]], [[DTOT()]], [[DTOV()]], [[ELAPTIME()]], [[EMPTY()]], [[EPOCH()]], [[GOMONTH()]], [[HOUR()]], [[HOURS()]], [[ISLEAPYEAR()]], [[LEAPYEARS()]], [[LTOS()]], [[MDY()]], [[MINUTE()]], [[MINUTES()]], [[MONTH()]], [[MTOD()]], [[MTOS()]], [[QUARTER()]], [[SEC()]], [[SECONDS()]], [[SECS()]], [[SET CENTURY]], [[SET DATE]], [[SET EPOCH]], [[SET HOURS]], [[SET MARK]], [[SET SECONDS]], [[STOD()]], [[STOT()]], [[STR()]], [[STRFTIME()]], [[TIME()]], [[TIMEOFDAY()]], [[TIMESTAMP()]], [[TSTRING()]], [[TTOC()]], [[TTOD()]], [[TYPE()]], [[VAL()]], [[VALIDTIME()]], [[VTOD()]], [[WEEK()]]
  
 
==Description==
 
==Description==

Latest revision as of 07:49, 8 October 2019

Purpose

Function to extract year from date or datetime

Syntax

YEAR(<expD> | <expT>)

See Also

AMPM(), CDOW(), CMONTH(), CTOD(), CTOT(), DATE(), DATETIME(), DAY(), DAYS(), DMY(), DOW(), DTOA(), DTOC(), DTOM(), DTOS(), DTOT(), DTOV(), ELAPTIME(), EMPTY(), EPOCH(), GOMONTH(), HOUR(), HOURS(), ISLEAPYEAR(), LEAPYEARS(), LTOS(), MDY(), MINUTE(), MINUTES(), MONTH(), MTOD(), MTOS(), QUARTER(), SEC(), SECONDS(), SECS(), SET CENTURY, SET DATE, SET EPOCH, SET HOURS, SET MARK, SET SECONDS, STOD(), STOT(), STR(), STRFTIME(), TIME(), TIMEOFDAY(), TIMESTAMP(), TSTRING(), TTOC(), TTOD(), TYPE(), VAL(), VALIDTIME(), VTOD(), WEEK()

Description

The YEAR() function returns the numeric year value from a date expression, <expD> or a datetime expression <expT>. If SET CENTURY is ON (default), the century will be displayed with normal date displays.

Example

? date()
04/04/2004
? year(date())
      2004
? year(datetime())
      2004