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Database Queries lay at the heart of SQL.
They are used to retrieve results from tables and views. The columns and rows make up the results. You can use the SELECT statement to display specific columns from tables. In addition, you can filter rows, using the WHERE clause.
The SELECT statement consists of several main clauses:
Once you master the SELECT statement, you’ll ability write database queries and analyze data increases.
To learn more about SELECT, check out these guides:
- SQL SELECT
- SQL WHERE – Guide and Examples
- Use SQL ORDER BY to Sort Results
- SQL GROUP BY Guide
- SQL HAVING Tutorial
Once you understand how these work, I would recommend you start looking at Joins and Subqueries.
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