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MS Access Minute() Function

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Return the minute part of a specified time:

SELECT Minute(#14:48:23#);
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Definition and Usage

The Minute() function returns the minute part of a time/datetime.

This function returns an integer between 0 and 59.



Parameter Values

Parameter Description
time Required. A numeric or string expression that can represent a valid time/datetime

Technical Details

Works in: From Access 2000

More Examples


Return the minute part of the current time:

SELECT Minute(Now());
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Return the minute part of a specified datetime:

SELECT Minute(#24/10/2016 11:18:34 PM#);
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