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PostGreSQL Get difference between two Timestamp in minutes

Posted on 2004-10-19
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Hi sir,
I would be thankful to you if you could provide me the SQL query (PostgreSQL specific) to get differnce between two Timestamp in minutes. Its urgent.
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Ok..here is an exact solution:

SELECT EXTRACT(EPOCH FROM TIMESTAMP '2001-09-29 13:00' - TIMESTAMP '2001-09-29 12:00')/60;
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he's right you may want to cast it as int if you want to round down minutes.

demo=> select extract ( epoch from (interval '349 second'))/60;
     ?column?
------------------
 5.81666666666667
(1 row)

demo=> select extract ( epoch from (interval '349 second'))::int/60;
 ?column?
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        5
(1 row)
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