Quick Date Formatting With CONVERT

Dave Mason lists the common date formats available with the CONVERT fucntion:

Displaying dates and times with different formats in TSQL is a task I run into quite a bit. I used to visit this page so many times, I’m surprised it doesn’t have a “Welcome back, Dave!” banner on it at the top.  After umpteen million times, I decided it was time to be more efficient. I created this query that’s come in handy numerous times. I considered dumping it into a view, but I’ve found it’s nice to copy/paste the CONVERT statement (directly from a script) and replace CURRENT_TIMESTAMP with whatever column I want to have formatted.

Click through for the script and sample output.

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