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SQL | Setting criteria using WHERE exercise | Find anomalies in the table of events by combining criteria
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Write as many of the following queries as your mean trainer gives you time for:
|Query to show||Returns|
|Events which aren't in the Transport category (number 14), but which nevertheless include the text Train in the EventDetails column.||4 rows|
|Events which are in the Space country (number 13), but which don't mention Space in either the event name or the event details columns.||6 rows|
|Events which are in categories 5 or 6 (War/conflict and Death/disaster), but which don't mention either War or Death in the EventDetails column.||91 rows|
Save this query listing possible anomalies as Primeval, then close it down.
-- query 1
where CategoryID <> 14
and EventDetails like '%train%'
where CountryID = 13
EventName not like'%space%'
EventDetails not like '%space%'
where CategoryID in(5,6)
and EventDetails not like '%war%'
and EventDetails not like '%death%'
(4 rows affected)
(6 rows affected)
(99 rows affected)
SELECT * FROM tblEvent
WHERE CategoryID IN (5,6)
EventDetails NOT LIKE '%War%'
EventDetails not like '%dEATH&';
Why 99 and not 91? It was the database changed?
I tried to solve exercise B with the WAR and the DEATH but haven't succeeded207 yet. Can someone can help me and write the correct answer?
This is what I wrote:
where CategoryID = 5 or CategoryID = 6 and (EventDetails not like ('%war%death%')
Does your query deals with, "if the word death comes first and then war".
Where can i find the solutions of these exercises?
where exercise = 'sql'
1st query should not return 4 rows but 1
select * from tblEvent
where EventDetails like '% train %' and CategoryID != 14
i guess your query is:
EventDetails like '%train%'
which is incorrect as it will return words such as training...etc