SQL WHERE Statement.
WHERE statement for row selection.
- Just as we choose columns to specify a list of column names from one or more tables, we can select rows with the where statement
- You can use WHERE statement to select columns in several data handling occasions, as with UPDATE, DELETE and not at least SELECT statement.
- It is also possible to connect several tables together with a WHERE statement even though we have a own JOIN statement for this.
There are several alternative ways to select the table rows:
- Selection with Comparison operators (=, <, >, and so on).
- Selection with logical AND, OR, NOT.
- Selection with BETWEEN, NOT BETWEEN (from and to values).
- Selection with IN, NOT IN (list of values).
- Selection with LIKE, NOT LIKE (Used by text pattern search).
- Selection with IS NULL, IS NOT NULL (none existing, existing).
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