Sql or

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sql or

Used alongside WHERE to include data when either condition is true.
Example: Returns users that live in either Sheffield or Manchester.
SELECT * FROM users
WHERE city = 'Sheffield' OR 'Manchester';

sql where a or b

-- example
SELECT Id, ProductName, UnitPrice, Package
FROM Product
WHERE ProductName LIKE 'Cha_' OR ProductName LIKE 'Chan_'

sql not

Returns true if a record DOESN’T meet the condition.
Example: Returns true if the user’s first_name doesn’t end with ‘son’.
SELECT * FROM users
WHERE first_name NOT LIKE '%son';

sql where is not

SELECT column1, column2, ...
FROM table_name
WHERE NOT condition;

sql and

/* AND is a operator that allows you to combine two conditions
Both conditions must be true for the row to b e included in the result set */
SELECT column_name(s)
FROM table_name
WHERE column_1 = value_1
AND column_2 = value_2;

This article is tagged with: Sql or and mysql