How do I query for all dates greater than a certain date in SQL Server

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I tried this:

SELECT * 
FROM dbo.March2010 A
WHERE A.Date >= 2010-04-01;

But it's not working. Can someone please help me with this?

Aug 29 in Database by Kithuzzz
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