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SQL: Detailed information on the Prime Ministerial winners after 1972 of Menachem Begin and Yitzhak Rabin

SQL Basic Select Statement: Exercise-17 with Solution.

Write a SQL query to display all details of the Prime Ministerial winners after 1972 of Menachem Begin and Yitzhak Rabin.

Sample table: nobel_win

 

Sample Solution:

SELECT * FROM nobel_win
 WHERE year >1972
  AND winner IN ('Menachem Begin',
                  'Yitzhak Rabin');

Output of the Query:

year	subject	winner		country	category
1978	Peace	Menachem Begin	Israel	Prime Minister
1994	Peace	Yitzhak Rabin	Israel	Prime Minister

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