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I really like James Anderson's solutionJames Anderson's solution - Accurately bounding the dates is the way to get the most flexible query structure. Another way of achieving the same is to use a start, end or even center date plus an interval (available at least in PostgreSQL, Oracle and SQLAlchemy).

I really like James Anderson's solution - Accurately bounding the dates is the way to get the most flexible query structure. Another way of achieving the same is to use a start, end or even center date plus an interval (available at least in PostgreSQL, Oracle and SQLAlchemy).

I really like James Anderson's solution - Accurately bounding the dates is the way to get the most flexible query structure. Another way of achieving the same is to use a start, end or even center date plus an interval (available at least in PostgreSQL, Oracle and SQLAlchemy).

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I really like James Anderson's solution - Accurately bounding the dates is the way to get the most flexible query structure. Another way of achieving the same is to use a start, end or even center date plus an interval (available at least in PostgreSQL, Oracle and SQLAlchemy).