any column can be used in select and where clauses

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Unformatted text preview: n can be used in SELECT and WHERE clauses. • But refers to only one tuple value at a time select-from-where can produce a one-column table that contains only one tuple. Thus queries can also be nested in SELECT and WHERE clauses Example: Which film(s) had the highest budget? 14 SELECT * FROM Film WHERE budget = ( SELECT MAX(budget) FROM Film); USING IN FOR MEMBERSHIP TEST Comparison operator IN • Why use DISTINCT in this example? 15 • Compares value v with a set (or bag) of values V • Evaluates to TRUE if v is one of the elements in V • Allows any relation in WHERE clause USING IN (CONT’D.) Use tuples of values in comparisons 16 • Requires parentheses NESTED 1-COLUMN QUERIES Use other comparison operators to compare a single value v • = ANY (or = SOME) operator • Returns TRUE if the value v is equal to some value in the set V • Equivalent to IN • Also available for >, >=, <, <=, and <> • >= ALL operator 17 • Returns TRUE if the value v is greater than or equal to every value in the set V • Equivalent to =(SELECT MAX(…)…) • Also available for =, >, <, <=, and <> CORRELATED NESTED QUERIES Correlated nested query • Evaluated once for each tuple in the outer query Such queries are easiest to understand (and write correctly) if all...
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