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What is all and any in SQL?
Last Updated: 3rd April, 2020
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Herein, what is difference between any and all in SQL?
SQL> -- Use the IN operator in a WHEREclause to compare a value with any of the valuesin a list. IN->Equal to Any One in theList. ANY->Compares Value to Each Value Returned by theSub Query. ALL->Compares Value To Every ValueReturned by the Sub Query.
Similarly, what is the use of any keyword in SQL? SQL WHERE ANY, ALLClause ANY and ALL keywords are used witha WHERE or HAVING clause. ANY and ALL operate onsubqueries that return multiple values. ANY returns true ifany of the subquery values meet the condition. ALLreturns true if all of the subquery values meet thecondition.
Also Know, when to use any and all in SQL?
ALL is used to select all records of aSELECT STATEMENT. It compares a value to every value in alist or results from a query. The ALL must be preceded bythe comparison operators and evaluates to TRUE if the query returnsno rows. For example, ALL means greater than everyvalue, means greater than the maximum value.
What does count (*) do in SQL?
The COUNT(*) function returns the number of rowsin a table including the rows that contain the NULLvalues.