SQL: Using precedence with specified condition
SQL Boolean Operator Statement: Exercise-10 with Solution
Write a SQL query to display order number, purchase amount, the achieved and unachieved percentage (%) for those order which exceeds the 50% of the target value of 6000.
Sample table: orders
Sample Solution :
SELECT ord_no,purch_amt, (100*purch_amt)/6000 AS "Achieved %", (100*(6000-purch_amt)/6000) AS "Unachieved %" FROM orders WHERE (100*purch_amt)/6000>50;
Output of the Query:
ord_no purch_amt Achieved % Unachieved % 70008 5760.00 96.0000000000000000 4.0000000000000000 70013 3045.60 50.7600000000000000 49.2400000000000000
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