Select statement-data manipulation language, Database Management System

SELECT Statement

This statement is used for retrieving information from the databases. It can be coupled with many clauses. Let us talk about these clauses in more detail:

Using Arithmetic operator

Example:

SELECT ENAME, SAL, SAL+300

FROM EMP;

 

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