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Access | Advanced queries exercise | Use expressions to create various queries
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Create a query called Old Trainer to show:
- the month number in which each actor was born (use the Month function, and call this column BirthMonth); and
- the year in which each actor was born (call this BirthYear).
March 1964 is internationally recognised as being the most productive month of birth in human history. Add criteria to show that there are 41 actors born in either this month or this year:
The first few actors born in either March or 1964, in reverse alphabetical order.
Modify your query to show that out of these, only one "actor" was born in this month and year.