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What is the Created, Access and Login fields in Drupal User Table ?

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How do I convert these integers into human readable format?
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by:nanharbison
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These are timestamps, right? If you have the token module enabled, you can see how to refer to date formats in Drupal:
https://drupal.org/node/390482#drupal7tokenslist-token-date
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by:Aaron Feledy
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These are unix timestamps representing a date and time. You can convert these into human readable formats using Drupal's format_date() function.

The 'created' timestamp represents the date and time the account was created. The 'access' timestamp represents the last time the user accessed the site. The 'login' timestamp represents the last time the user successfully completed the login process.
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But if I want to export the User table to an .cvs file (to open in Excel), what SQL do I write so it exports readable date/time format for these fields, and not the current Unix format ?
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