SQL Where Comparison .
Using Comparison operators with WHERE statement.
- SQL provides a variety of operators and keywords for expressing the search condition, which include these:
Comparison operators (=, <, >, and so on)Possible comparision operators:
Operator Meaning = equal to > greater than < less than >= greater than or equal to <= less than or equal to <> or != not equal toExample:MySQL, Oracle, SQL server, PostgreSQL:
select isbn_no "ISBN where order is over $100" , ITEM_QTY * price "Order in $" from order_books where ITEM_QTY * price > 100 ;The result should be:
ISBN where order is over $100 Order in $ 1861002025 190 0764579088 140 0201703092 390 1861002025 190
To select data from columns containing text use always text surrounded with '(single quotes) for the selection.
Example:MySQL, Oracle, SQL server, PostgreSQL:
select * from us_states where US_STATE_CD>='CA' and US_STATE_CD<='CZ'The result should be:
US_STATE_CD US_STATE_NM CA California CO Colorado CT Conneticut
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