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How do I formulate a WHERE clause to filter my records for
Where Signup_Date (is in march or april)

Notice:  if someone has a signup date for March 3, 2011, or April 20, 2012, it will still get pulled.  Only looking at month.
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SELECT ...
FROM myTable
WHERE MONTH(Signup_Date) IN (3, 4)
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by:Shaun Kline
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Something like this?

WHERE Month(Signup_Date) IN (3, 4)
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by:arthurh88
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just perfect!  thanks
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