perl code

#connect to the database
my $dbh = DBI->connect('dbi:mysql:rvsi','','', {RaiseError=>1, PrintError=>1});

# Extract the data from database
my $d = $dbh->selectall_arrayref("SELECT date, qin, qout,yield, reject, lot FROM yield WHERE date BETWEEN '$datef' AND '$datet'");
    print ("Daily Yield Report Summary for '$dev' between '$datef' to '$datet'\n\n");
    print ("Date\t\t", "Qin\t", "Qout\t", "Yield\t", "Reject\t", "Lot\n");

# Print out all the array catch  
foreach my $r(@$d) {
    print join("\t", @$r), $/;
}


hi..
the above perl code allows me to crunch data from the db according to the date given by the
user. jus wan to know can the data be crunch and display each individual day in a month?
eg day 1 all the way to day 30 or 31 another eg is
my $d = $dbh->selectall_arrayref("SELECT date_format(date, '%b'), sum(qin), sum(qout), ((sum(qout)/sum(qin))*100), sum(reject) FROM yieldall WHERE year(date) = '$year' AND job = '$dev' GROUP BY date_format(date, '%b') ORDER BY date")


if possible can anyone provide samples.

thank u.
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nicholassolutionsCommented:
I'm not sure exactly what you want. Can you please give more concrete info about what you would like to do?

Thanks,
Matt
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tstoeckigtCommented:
That's probably no perl question but about sql. We have to know the used database to tell you the right sql-statement.

Ciao
Timo
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TPolyAuthor Commented:
i'm using mysql as my db
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nicholassolutionsCommented:
I'd love to help you out, but I still am unsure of what you want to do -- can you please be more specific about exactly what you are trying to achieve?
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nicholassolutionsCommented:
It also depends on what version of MySQL you are using (some of the very useful date functions have only recently become available), and how you have stored your date information...I would check out this page if I were you:

http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/Date_and_time_functions.html

What you probably want is something like this:

SELECT * FROM table WHERE date1 <= date_column AND date2 >= date_column;

This should select all rows from your database where the date you have stored in date_column is between date1 and date2.

-Matt
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