SQL Subquery Exercises: Display the name for those employees who gets more salary than the employee whose id is 163
SQL SUBQUERY: Exercise-1 with Solution
From the following table, write a SQL query to find those employees who receive a higher salary than the employee with ID 163. Return first name, last name.
Sample table: employees
SELECT first_name, last_name FROM employees WHERE salary > ( SELECT salary FROM employees WHERE employee_id=163 );
first_name last_name Steven King Neena Kochhar Lex De Haan Nancy Greenberg Den Raphaely John Russell Karen Partners Alberto Errazuriz Gerald Cambrault Eleni Zlotkey Peter Tucker Janette King Clara Vishney Lisa Ozer Harrison Bloom Tayler Fox Ellen Abel Michael Hartstein Hermann Baer Shelley Higgins
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"where 1=1" statement?
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