Discussion :: Introduction to SQL - True or False (Q.No.1)
The condition in a WHERE clause can refer to only one value.
Answer: Option B
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|Ganesh Dalvi said: (Feb 6, 2011)|
|We can put multiple values in single "Where" clause with the help of "and" & "or" operator .|
|Vinutha said: (Dec 18, 2014)|
|SELECT * FROM students WHERE student_id = 10 AND branch = 'ECE';|
|Dilip Singh Shekhawat said: (Feb 25, 2015)|
|By Default we can not use operators. Then where clause return single value.|
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