SQL Dates Query


I'm new here and new to SQL.

I have a phpbb_users table in my phpbb forums database. The table has a column user_lastvisit which uses a unix timestamp.

Does anyone know a query that will return all rows where user_lastvisit is > 20 days ago

Posted On: Monday 29th of October 2012 05:39:32 AM Total Views:  468
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