The YEARWEEK() function in MariaDB is a date function that returns the year and week number for a given date.

YEARWEEK()

The YEAR() function in MariaDB is a date function that extracts the year part from a given date.

YEAR()

The WITHIN() function in MariaDB is a spatial function used to determine whether a geometry is within another geometry.

WITHIN()

The WEIGHT_STRING() function in MariaDB is used to return the weight string of a string.

WEIGHT_STRING()

The WEEKOFYEAR() function in MariaDB is used to return the week number for a given date.

WEEKOFYEAR()

The WEEKDAY() function in MariaDB is a date function that returns the index of the day of the week for a given date.

WEEKDAY()

The MariaDB WEEK() function is one such feature that allows users to extract the week number from a date.

WEEK()

The MariaDB VERSION() function is quite useful for users who need to know the version of the MariaDB server they are working with.

VERSION()

In MariaDB, the VARIANCE() function is used to calculate this measure for a set of numbers.

VARIANCE()

The VAR_SAMP() function in MariaDB is used to calculate the sample variance of a set of values.

VAR_SAMP()

The VAR_POP() function in MariaDB is used to calculate the population variance of a set of values.

VAR_POP()

The UUID() function in MariaDB is used to generate a universally unique identifier (UUID), which is a 128-bit number that is designed to be unique across space and time.

UUID()

The REGEXP() function is a string function that returns 1 if a string matches a given regular expression pattern, or 0 otherwise.

REGEXP()

The UUID_SHORT() function in MariaDB is used to generate a 64-bit universally unique identifier (UUID).

UUID_SHORT()

The PointOnSurface() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns a point geometry that is guaranteed to lie on the surface of a given geometry.

PointOnSurface()

The REGEXP_SUBSTR() function is a string function that returns the substring that matches a given regular expression pattern in a subject string.

REGEXP_SUBSTR()

The UTC_TIMESTAMP() function in MariaDB returns the current date and time in the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) time zone.

UTC_TIMESTAMP()

The PointN() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns the N-th point of a linestring geometry.

PointN()

The REGEXP_REPLACE() function is a string function that returns a new string where the occurrences of a regular expression pattern are replaced by a specified replacement string in a subject string.

REGEXP_REPLACE()

The UTC_TIME() function in MariaDB is used to retrieve the current time in the UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) time zone.

UTC_TIME()

The PointFromWKB() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns a point geometry that represents a location in a two-dimensional space.

PointFromWKB()

The REGEXP_INSTR() function is a string function in Mariadb that returns the position of the first occurrence of a regular expression pattern in a string.

REGEXP_INSTR()

The UTC_DATE() function in MariaDB is used to retrieve the current date in the UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) time zone.

UTC_DATE()

The PointFromText() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns a point geometry that represents a location in a two-dimensional space.

PointFromText()

The RANK() function is a window function in Mariadb that returns the rank of a row within a partition of a result set.

RANK()

he USER() function in MariaDB is used to retrieve the username and hostname of the user that is currently connected to the MariaDB server.

USER()

The POINT() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns a point geometry that represents a location in a two-dimensional space.

POINT()

The RAND() function is a mathematical function in Mariadb that returns a random decimal number between 0 and 1.

RAND()

The UPPER() function in MariaDB is used to convert a string to uppercase.

UPPER()

The PI() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns the value of the mathematical constant pi, which is approximately 3.14159.

PI()

The RADIANS() function is a mathematical function in Mariadb that returns the value of an angle in radians.

RADIANS()

The UPDATEXML() function in MariaDB is used to modify a portion of an XML-formatted string by replacing, inserting, or deleting nodes or values within the XML structure.

UPDATEXML()

The PERIOD_DIFF() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns the number of months between two periods.

PERIOD_DIFF()

The QUOTE() function is a string function in Mariadb that returns a single-quoted string that is safe to use in a SQL statement.

QUOTE()

The UNIX_TIMESTAMP() function in MariaDB is used to retrieve the current Unix timestamp or convert a date and time value into a Unix timestamp.

UNIX_TIMESTAMP()

The PERIOD_ADD() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns a period that is a number of months away from a given period.

PERIOD_ADD()

The QUARTER() function is a date and time function in Mariadb that returns the quarter of the year for a given date.

QUARTER()

The UNHEX() function in MariaDB is used to convert a hexadecimal string representation of a value into a string or binary value.

UNHEX()

he PERCENTILE_DISC() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns the value of a given percentile within a group of values.

PERCENTILE_DISC()

The POWER() function is a mathematical function in Mariadb that returns the value of a number raised to the power of another number.

POWER()

The UNCOMPRESSED_LENGTH() function in MariaDB is used to determine the length of a compressed string before it is uncompressed.

UNCOMPRESSED_LENGTH()

The PERCENTILE_CONT() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns the value of a given percentile within a group of values.

PERCENTILE_CONT()

The POW() function is a mathematical function in Mariadb that returns the value of a number raised to the power of another number.

POW()

The UNCOMPRESS() function in MariaDB is used to uncompress a string that has been compressed using the COMPRESS() function.

UNCOMPRESS()

COMPRESS()

The PERCENT_RANK() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns the relative rank of a row within a group of rows.

PERCENT_RANK()

The POSITION() function is a string function in Mariadb that returns the position of the first occurrence of a substring within a string.

POSITION()

The UCASE() function in MariaDB is used to convert a string to uppercase.

UCASE()

The PASSWORD() function is a built-in function in Mariadb that returns the hashed password of a string value using the new password format.

PASSWORD()

The PolygonFromWKB() function is a spatial function in Mariadb that creates a Polygon object from a well-known binary (WKB) representation.

PolygonFromWKB()

Polygon

The TRUNCATE() function in MariaDB is used to truncate a number to a specified number of decimal places.

TRUNCATE()