SQL Subquery Exercises: Display all orders with an amount smaller than max amount for a customer in London. Use MAX keyword.
SQL SUBQUERY: Exercise-25 with Solution
25. Write a query to display all orders with an amount smaller than the maximum amount for a customer in London.
Sample table: orders
Sample table: customer
SELECT * FROM orders WHERE purch_amt < (SELECT MAX (purch_amt) FROM orders a, customer b WHERE a.customer_id=b.customer_id AND b.city='London');
Output of the Query:
ord_no purch_amt ord_date customer_id salesman_id 70002 65.26 2012-10-05 3002 5001 70004 110.50 2012-08-17 3009 5003 70011 75.29 2012-08-17 3003 5007 70001 150.50 2012-10-05 3005 5002 70012 250.45 2012-06-27 3008 5002
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