so i think just do like this.
Take the current system data, then subtract one year, den select data from
MySQL with this new date.
*my question is how to subtract one year from current date in ruby,
basically the format of date in MySql is YYYY-MM-DD. so how to subtract one
year from this.*
i tried one..
*time = Time.new
*puts ddat = time.strftime("%d-%m-%Y") *
*here just i change dat format to DD-MM-YYYY, and then try to subtract 1.
But it shows error...*
*how to solve this...? and have any problem in this logic......?*
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