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Version: current [24.3.x]

NEXT_DAY

Categories: Date/Time

NEXT_DAY

Returns the date or timestamp of the first specified day of week that occurs after the input date.

Syntax

NEXT_DAY(date_timestamp_expression string, day_of_week string) → date

  • date_timestamp_expression: A DATE or TIMESTAMP expression.
  • day_of_week: A string expression identifying a day of the week. The value can be a string literal or an expression that returns a string. The string must be one of the following (case-sensitive):
      • SU, SUN, SUNDAY

      • MO, MON, MONDAY

      • TU, TUE, TUESDAY

      • WE, WED, WEDNESDAY

      • TH, THU, THURSDAY

      • FR, FRI, FRIDAY

      • SA, SAT, SATURDAY

Examples

NEXT_DAY example
SELECT NEXT_DAY('2015-01-14 12:05:55', 'TU')
-- 2015-01-20
NEXT_DAY example
SELECT pickup_datetime, NEXT_DAY(pickup_datetime, 'FRIDAY') AS "next_day" 
FROM Samples."samples.dremio.com"."NYC-taxi-trips"
LIMIT 3
-- pickup_datetime, next_day
-- 2013-05-27 19:15:00.000, 2013-05-31
-- 2013-05-31 16:40:00.000, 2013-06-07
-- 2013-05-27 19:03:00.000, 2013-05-31

Usage Notes

The return value is always a date regardless of whether date_timestamp_expression is a date or a timestamp.