SQL Exercises: Who won the 1971 Nobel Prize for Literature?
SQL Basic Select Statement: Exercise-13 with Solution.
From the following table, write a SQL query to find the Nobel Prize winner in ‘Literature’ for 1971. Return winner.
Sample table: nobel_win
SELECT winner FROM nobel_win WHERE year = 1971 AND subject = 'Literature';
Output of the Query:
winner Pablo Neruda
The above SQL query that selects the "winner" column from the 'nobel_win' table where the value of "year" column is 1971 and the value of "subject" column is 'Literature'. The WHERE clause is used to filter the rows and only return the rows that match the conditions specified in the WHERE clause. The "AND" operator is used to combine the two conditions.
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SQL: Tips of the Day
A table name as a variable -
For static queries, like the one in your question, table names and column names need to be static.
For dynamic queries, you should generate the full SQL dynamically, and use sp_executesql to execute it.
SELECT * FROM [DB_ONE].[dbo].[ACTY] EXCEPT SELECT * FROM [DB_TWO].[dbo].[ACTY]
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