SQL | Derived tables and CTEs exercise | Recursion - carnival menu using CTEs

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Software ==> SQL  (198 exercises)
Version ==> Any version of SQL Server
Topic ==> Derived tables and CTEs  (13 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Courses ==> Introduction to SQL  /  Fast-track SQL  /  Advanced SQL
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The Carnival database contains  a table called tblMenu.  This contains all of the menus for a website:

SQL exercise - Derived tables and CTEs (image 1)

Each menu has an id number, and also contains within its record the id of its parent

Use a recursive CTE based on this table to show all of the menus, with breadcrumbs:

SQL exercise - Derived tables and CTEs (image 2)

This is what the results should look like!

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