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{Select the code which gives the name of countries beginning with C
 
{Select the code which gives the name of countries beginning with C
 
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- A. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name BEGIN with C
 
- A. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name BEGIN with C
 
- B. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE '%C'
 
- B. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE '%C'
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- D. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE C
 
- D. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE C
 
+ E. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE 'C%'
 
+ E. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE 'C%'
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{Select the code which shows just the population of United Kingdom?
 
{Select the code which shows just the population of United Kingdom?

Revision as of 08:23, 23 July 2012

BBC QUIZ <quiz shuffle=none display=simple> {Select the code which gives the name of countries beginning with C |type="()"} <label> - A. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name BEGIN with C - B. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE '%C' - C. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE '%C%' - D. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE C + E. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name LIKE 'C%' </label>

{Select the code which shows just the population of United Kingdom? |type="()"} - A. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name Like 'United%' - B. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE population = 'United Kingdom' - C. SELECT name, population FROM bbc WHERE name = 'United Kingdom' + D. SELECT population FROM bbc WHERE name = 'United Kingdom' - E. SELECT population FROM bbc WHERE name = United Kingdom

{Select the answer which shows the problem with this SQL code:SELECT name FROM "bbc" WHERE population > '2000000' |type="()"} - A. Apostrophes should be used around 'bbc' instead of speech marks - B. There are apostrophes surrounding '2000000' + C. There are speech marks surrounding "bbc" - D. There are speech marks surrounding "bbc" and there is apostrophes surrounding '2000000' - E. The use of a WHERE function is incorrect

{Select the code which would reveal the name and population of countries in Europe, North America and South America |type="()"} - A. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE region IN ('Europe', 'North America', 'South America') + B. SELECT name, population FROM bbc WHERE region IN ('Europe', 'North America', 'South America') - C. SELECT name, population FROM bbc WHERE region IN (Europe North America South America) - D. SELECT name, population FROM bbc WHERE region IS ('Europe', 'North America', 'South America') - E. SELECT population FROM bbc WHERE region IN ('Europe', 'North America', 'South America')

{Select the code which would give two rows |type="()"} - A. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name = 'United Kingdom' + B. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name = 'United Kingdom' or name = 'Algeria' - C. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name EITHER ('United Kingdom', 'Algeria') - D. SELECT name FROM bbc WHERE name IN ('United Kingdom', 'Algeria') - E. SELECT name FROM WHERE name IS 'Scotland' </quiz>