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Practice Exercises SQL (1)

Selecting Attributes and Sorting


1.Produce a list showing Part_Number, Part_Description, On_Hand, and Price sorted
by Part_Description.
2.We can reduce our shipping costs by sorting by Zip_Code. Produce a listing that does
this and also shows the customer's name and address.
3.Produce a list showing Part_Number, Part_Description, On_Hand, and Price sorted by
Warehouse and Class. In this case Warehouse is the major sort key and Class is the
minor sort key.
Selecting Rows
4.List all the attributes in ORDERLINE (might be called ORDER_PART) selecting only
rows where the Number_Ordered is greater than or equal to 2.
5.List all customers Last_Name and First_Name Whose Credit_Limit is less than or
equal to $1000.
6.List all customers Last_Name and First_Name Whose Credit_Limit is greater than or
equal to $1000 and whose Zip_Code is 49219.
7.Using the PART table, select rows that have a Part_Number that begins with B
Hint:WHERE SUBSTR (Part_Number, 1, 1) = B
Note: the substring function uses Part_Number starting at position 1 for a
length of 1. Thats how we can isolate the frst character of Part_Number.
Joins
8.Using 2 tables, list the Part_Number, Part_Description, Number_Ordered and
Quoted_Price.
9.Using 2 tables, list the Part_Number, Part_Description, Number_Ordered and
Quoted_Price. The list should include only parts with a Part_Number that begins
with C
10.Using 2 tables, list the Order_Number, Order_Date, Part_Number, Number_Ordered
and Quoted_Price.
11. Using 3 tables, list the Order_Number, Order_Date, Part_Number,
Part_Description, Number_Ordered and Quoted_Price
12.Using 4 tables, list the Customers Last_Name and First_Name followed by the
Order_Number, Part_Description and Number_Ordered.
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Answers

Practice Exercises SQL (1)
Selecting Attributes and Sorting
1.Produce a list showing Part_Number, Part_Description, On_Hand, and Price sorted
by Part_Description.
SELECT Part_Number, Part_Description, On_Hand, Price
FROM PREMIERE.PART ORDER BY Part_Description
2.We can reduce our shipping costs by sorting by Zip_Code. Produce a listing that does
this and also shows the customer's name and address.
SELECT Zip_Code, Last_Name, Street, City, State
FROM PREMIERE.CUSTOMER ORDER BY Zip_Code
3.Produce a list showing Part_Number, Part_Description, On_Hand, and Price sorted by
Warehouse and Class. In this case Warehouse is the major sort key and Class is the
minor sort key.
SELECT Part_Number, Part Description, On_Hand, Price
FROM PREMIERE.PART ORDER BY Warehouse, Class
Selecting Rows
4.List all the attributes in ORDERLINE (might be called ORDER_PART) selecting only
rows where the Number_Ordered is greater than or equal to 2.
SELECT * FROM PREMIERE.ORDERLINE WHERE Number_Ordered >= 2
5.List all customers Last_Name and First_Name Whose Credit_Limit is less than or
equal to $1000.
SELECT Last_Name, First_Name, Credit_Limit
FROM PREMIERE.CUSTOMER WHERE Credit_Limit <= 1000
6.List all customers Last_Name and First_Name Whose Credit_Limit is greater than or
equal to $1000 and whose Zip_Code is 49219.
SELECT Last_Name, First_Name, Credit_Limit
FROM PREMIERE.CUSTOMER WHERE Credit_Limit >= 1000
AND Zip_Code is 49219
7.Using the PART table, select rows that have a Part_Number that begins with B
SELECT * FROM PREMIERE.PART WHERE SUBSTR (Part_Number, 1, 1) = B
Note: the substring function uses Part_Number starting at position 1 for a
length of 1. Thats how we can isolate the frst character of Part_Number.
Joins
8.Using 2 tables, list the Part_Number, Part_Description, Number_Ordered and
Quoted_Price.
SELECT p.Part_Number, p.Part_Description, ol.Number_Ordered,
ol.Quoted_Price
FROM PREMIERE/ORDERLINE ol, PREMIERE/PART p
WHERE p.Part_Number = ol.Part_Number
Note: ORDERLINE (might be called ORDER_PART)
9.Using 2 tables, list the Part_Number, Part_Description, Number_Ordered and
Quoted_Price. The list should include only parts with a Part_Number that begins
with C
SELECT p.Part_Number, p.Part_Description, ol.Number_Ordered,
ol.Quoted_Price
FROM PREMIERE/ORDERLINE ol, PREMIERE/PART p
WHERE p.Part_Number = ol.Part_Number
AND SUBSTR (Part_Number, 1, 1) = C
10.
Using 2 tables, list the Order_Number, Order_Date, Part_Number, Number_Ordered and
Quoted_Price.
SELECT o.Order_Number, Order_Date, Part_Number, Number_Ordered,
Quoted_Price
FROM PREMIERE/ORDERS o, PREMIERE/ORDERLINE ol
WHERE o.Order_Number = ol. Order_Number
Note: ORDERLINE (might be called ORDER_PART)
11. Using 3 tables, list the Order_Number, Order_Date, Part_Number,
Part_Description, Number_Ordered and Quoted_Price
SELECT o.Order_Number, Order_Date, p.Part_Number, Part_Description,
Number_Ordered, Quoted_Price
FROM PREMIERE/ORDERS o, PREMIERE/ORDERLINE ol
PREMIERE/PART p
WHERE o.Order_Number = ol. Order_Number
AND ol.Part_Number = p.Part_Number
Note: ORDERLINE (might be called ORDER_PART)
12.Using 4 tables, list the Customers Last_Name and First_Name followed by the
Order_Number, Part_Description and Number_Ordered.
SELECT Last_Name, First_Name, o.Order_Number, Part_Description,
Number_Ordered FROM PREMIERE/CUSTOMER c, PREMIERE.ORDERS o,
PREMIERE/ORDERLINE ol, PREMIERE/PART p
WHERE c.Customer_Number = o.Customer_Number
AND o.Order_Number = ol. Order_Number AND ol.Part_Number =
p.Part_Number Note: ORDERLINE (might be called ORDER_PART