Help with select statement

I want to have a select statement that shows the date exactly 14 days from the time it was created

SELECT
auction.id,
auction.auctiontitle,
auction.auctiondescrp,
auction.startprice,
auction.endingbidDate
FROM
auction
vonfranzkenAsked:
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Aaron TomoskyDirector of Solutions ConsultingCommented:
Dateadd(+14,days,auction.startingbiddate) as endingdate
cyberkiwiCommented:
For MySQL

SELECT
auction.id,
auction.auctiontitle,
auction.auctiondescrp,
auction.startprice,
auction.endingbidDate,
adddate(auction.createdDate, interval 14 day) as endDate
FROM
auction

For SQL Server

SELECT
auction.id,
auction.auctiontitle,
auction.auctiondescrp,
auction.startprice,
auction.endingbidDate,
DateAdd(d,14,auction.createdDate) as endDate
FROM
auction

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