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SQLite Exercise: Display the names and department ID of all employees in departments 30 or 100 in ascending alphabetical order by department ID

Write a query to display the names (first_name, last_name) and department ID of all employees in departments 30 or 100 in ascending alphabetical order by department ID.

Sample table : employees


SQLite Code :

SELECT first_name, last_name, department_id
FROM employees
WHERE department_id IN (30, 100)
ORDER BY  department_id  ASC;

Output:

first_name  last_name   department_id
----------  ----------  -------------
Den         Raphaely    30
Alexander   Khoo        30
Shelli      Baida       30
Sigal       Tobias      30
Guy         Himuro      30
Karen       Colmenares  30
Nancy       Greenberg   100
Daniel      Faviet      100
John        Chen        100
Ismael      Sciarra     100
Jose Manue  Urman       100
Luis        Popp        100

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Structure of 'hr' database :

hr database

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