# EXAMPLE - Date Functions

This example illustrates how a variety of date-related functions can be used to derive specific values out of a column of Datetime type.

• `YEAR` - Returns the four-digit year value from a Datetime value. See YEAR Function.
• `MONTH` - Returns the two-digit month value from a Datetime value. See MONTH Function.
• `MONTHNAME` - Returns the full month name value from a Datetime value. See MONTHNAME Function.
• `DAY` - Returns the day of the month as a numeric value from a Datetime value. See DAY Function.
• `HOUR` - Returns the hour value on a 24-hour scale from a Datetime value. See HOUR Function.
• `MINUTE` - Returns the minutes value from a Datetime value. See MINUTE Function.
• `SECOND` - Returns the seconds value from a Datetime value. See SECOND Function.

Source:

date
2/8/16 15:41
12/30/15 0:00
4/26/15 7:07

Transformation:

Transformation Name `New formula` `Single row formula` `YEAR (date)`

Transformation Name `New formula` `Single row formula` `MONTH (date)`

Transformation Name `New formula` `Single row formula` `MONTHNAME (date)`

Transformation Name `New formula` `Single row formula` `DAY (date)`

Transformation Name `New formula` `Single row formula` `HOUR (date)`

Transformation Name `New formula` `Single row formula` `MINUTE (date)`

Transformation Name `New formula` `Single row formula` `SECOND (date)`

Results:

NOTE: If the source Datetime value does not contain a valid input for one of these functions, no value is returned. See the `second_date` column below.

dateyear_datemonth_datemonthname_dateday_datehour_dateminute_datesecond_date
2/8/16 15:4120162February81541
12/30/15 0:00201512December3000
4/26/15 7:0720154April2677