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ORACLE SQL TO check date column against current date

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Have a oracle table which has a date field in it.  Trying to figure out how to pull the information back where date field equals current date

TABLE_A
Field Name         Type               Length
Name                 varchar2          50
Date_entered     Date                  7

Just wanting something like
Select * from TABLE_A where Date_entere = sysdate;

Not working though...
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 250 total points
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you want this:
Select * from TABLE_A where Date_entered >= trunc(sysdate) and Date_Entered < trunc(sysdate+1)

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Thanks!
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