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I would like to convert SQL server datetime data type to number of milliseconds since midnight 1970. How to do that?

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Thats going to be an extremely large number, in any case there are 3,600,000 milliseconds in 1 hour. (1000 milliseconds in a second, 60 seconds in a min, 60 mins in an hour). All you need to do is figure out how many hours there are between now and midnight 1970.

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