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First (if you haven't already done so) run the script shown above to generate the Doctor Who training database.
The aim of this exercise is to create a single table containing all of the "best" Doctor Who episodes (ie those featuring Karen Gillan as Amy Pond and/or those written by Steven Moffat).
You're welcome to use your own criteria for what constitutes a good episode, but you will get different results if you do!
First, create either a temporary table or table variable to hold the best episodes, and use SQL to insert into this all of the Doctor Who episodes written by Steven Moffat:
The first few Steven Moffat episodes
Now write another statement to add in the episodes featuring Amy Pond. Here are the tables that you'll need:
You'll need to join these 3 tables together
When you show all of the rows in your table, you should now have 65 episodes (although some of them are duplicates). Write a query to show in alphabetical order the 15 episodes which feature more than once in your table:
The first few of the 15 episodes written by Steven Moffat and featuring Amy Pond (double goodness!).
Optionally, save this query as Best episodes.sql, then close it down.
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