Yes, but we don’t ever use it.
Oracle dates are just another way to create dates that can go on forever, or can be reset to a specific date. For example, if you want a date to go on forever, you can use this. So it is a date, but it doesnt have to stick to a date.
Dates are also used in place-names, although they don’t adhere to any particular format. So in the case of Oracle, Dates have the format ____.
I was wondering, what the heck is this format called? In Oracle, Dates have this one weird format, ____.
Dates were originally created as a way to store information that does not have to be limited to something like a specific date. As a result, dates were not standardized. However, the format we use today is basically the same as the one we use in Oracle. In Oracle, Dates use the format ____. In the case of Oracle, Dates use the format ____.
I think there are several reasons why you might use a date format other than the standard ____. For instance, I use ____ for a number of dates in Oracle. If I am wanting to see a date in Oracle, I might use ____ for the date. But then again, I might use something else because of circumstances like being drunk.
In Oracle, Dates use the format ____ to represent the year. So if my date is ____ and I’m running some calculation, I might want to use ____ to represent the year. But when I’m on a date in Oracle, I use the format ____. I don’t use ____ for the date in Oracle, but this doesn’t mean I can’t use ____ for the date.
The reason for the ____ formatting is that in Oracle, dates are formatted as ____, so that’s why I use the format ____.
Oracle dates can also be formatted using ____ if you want to be more specific; for instance: ____. Thats the format I use to represent dates in Oracle.
I get a lot of requests for this format, and Im glad you asked. I think that the ____ format is a good one to use because it is the most common format used in Oracle, and it makes clear what type of date Im referring to.