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How to get military time in Sybase?

Posted on 2016-07-15
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In SQL server I can get the date in military time using the following Query:
SELECT CONVERT(TIME,GETDATE())
Example of output : 22:03:15.4700000

Is there any type of similar query in SYBASE which can give me the same result?
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The below will do what you want.  The format in Sybase uses : instead of . for millisecond separator.  Also, some Sybase products do not appear to include the milliseconds at all.
select convert(varchar(99), getdate(), 14)

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Perfect, thank you!
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Thank you so much.
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