Basic Select Statments
Arithmetic Operators
Column Aliases
String Concat
Basic Where
In Operator
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Like Operator
Is Null
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Single Row Sub Queries
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Basic Select Statments

-- SQL Server SELECT Statement
-- 1. About ACDB Database 

-- 2. Basic Select Statement
FROM customers 

-- * The SQL Server SELECT clause:
--   Lets you choose what you want to display.
-- * The asterisk sign (*) indicates that you want to select all fields contained in this table.
-- * The SQL Server FROM clause:
--   Lets you specify from which table you want to retrieve all of these fields.
-- * A table’s name always appears after the FROM keyword.

-- 3. Selecting Specific Columns
SELECT customer_id, last_name, city, city
FROM customers 

-- * The SQL Server SELECT clause:
--   Lets you choose what columns you want to display (“Projection”).
-- * After the SQL Server SELECT keyword, specify the names of the columns that you would like to 
--   retrieve, separated by comma (,).
-- * You can specify as many columns as you want; you can even specify the same column more than once.
-- * The columns appear in the order selected.

-- 4. General Guidelines
-- * In each SQL statement, SQL Server SELECT and FROM clauses are mandatory. 
-- * The order of the SQL Server SELECT and FROM clauses cannot be changed.
-- * It is possible to specify a column’s name multiple times
-- * To enhance readability – even though the SQL Server SQL syntax is neither case-sensitive, 
--   nor sensitive to spaces or line breaks, ensure writing in an orderly manner: 
--   write the keywords in capital letters, names of columns/tables in small letters, 
--   insert a line break after each command and indents when required.

SELEct CUSTomer_ID                , CITY

fROM          cUSTOMERS 

Arithmetic Operators

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