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==Between Canada and Poland==
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<p class='imper'>Which country has a population that is more than Canada but less than Poland? Show the name and the population.</p>
<p class='imper'>W人口がカナダ Canadaよりも多く、ポーランドPolandよりも少ない国の、国名と人口を表示する。</p>

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このチュートリアルで、より複雑なクエリ―を実行するための SELECT 文の中で SELECT 文を利用する方法を示す。

name 国名continent 大陸area 面積 population 人口gdp 国内総生産
AlbaniaEurope28748 2831741 12960000000
AlgeriaAfrica2381741 37100000 188681000000
AndorraEurope46878115 3712000000
AngolaAfrica1246700 20609294 100990000000

Using nested SELECT





world(name 国名, continent 大陸, area 面積, population 人口, gdp 国内総生産)

SELECT name FROM world
  WHERE population >
     (SELECT population FROM world
      WHERE name='Romania')
SELECT name FROM world
  WHERE population >
     (SELECT population FROM world
      WHERE name='Russia')


国民一人当たりの国内総生産がイギリス 'United Kingdom' よりも大きなヨーロッパの国を表示する。

国内総生産の式は gdp/population
SELECT name FROM world
  WHERE continent='Europe' AND gdp/population >
     (SELECT gdp/population FROM world
      WHERE name='United Kingdom')



SELECT name,continent
FROM world
WHERE continent IN (
  SELECT continent
  FROM world
  WHERE name IN ('Australia','Argentina'))


W人口がカナダ Canadaよりも多く、ポーランドPolandよりも少ない国の、国名と人口を表示する。

SELECT name,population FROM world
WHERE population BETWEEN
(SELECT population+1 FROM world WHERE name='Canada')
(SELECT population-1 FROM world WHERE name='Poland')

Percentages of Germany

Germany (population 80 million) has the largest population of the countries in Europe. Austria (population 8.5 million) has 11% of the population of Germany.

Show the name and the population of each country in Europe. Show the population as a percentage of the population of Germany.

You can use the function ROUND to remove the decimal places.
You can use the function CONCAT to add the percentage symbol.
SELECT name,
   CONCAT(ROUND(100*population/(SELECT population FROM world WHERE name='Germany')),'%')
FROM world
WHERE continent='Europe'

To get a well rounded view of the important features of SQL you should move on to the next tutorial concerning aggregates.

To gain an absurdly detailed view of one insignificant feature of the language, read on.

We can use the word ALL to allow >= or > or < or <=to act over a list. For example, you can find the largest country in the world, by population with this query:

  FROM world
 WHERE population >= ALL(SELECT population
                           FROM world
                          WHERE population>0)

You need the condition population>0 in the sub-query as some countries have null for population.

Bigger than every country in Europe

Which countries have a GDP greater than every country in Europe? [Give the name only.] (Some countries may have NULL gdp values)

SELECT name FROM world 
  WHERE gdp > ALL
   (SELECT gdp FROM world
    WHERE continent = 'Europe' 
      AND gdp IS NOT NULL)

We can refer to values in the outer SELECT within the inner SELECT. We can name the tables so that we can tell the difference between the inner and outer versions.

Largest in each continent

Find the largest country (by area) in each continent, show the continent, the name and the area:

SELECT continent, name, population FROM world x
  WHERE population >= ALL
    (SELECT population FROM world y
        WHERE y.continent=x.continent
          AND population>0)
SELECT continent, name, area 
 FROM world x
  WHERE area >= ALL
    (SELECT area FROM world y
        WHERE y.continent=x.continent
         and area > 0 )

The above example is known as a correlated or synchronized sub-query.

A correlated subquery works like a nested loop: the subquery only has access to rows related to a single record at a time in the outer query. The technique relies on table aliases to identify two different uses of the same table, one in the outer query and the other in the subquery.

One way to interpret the line in the WHERE clause that references the two table is “… where the correlated values are the same”.

In the example provided, you would say “select the country details from world where the population is greater than or equal to the population of all countries where the continent is the same”.

First country of each continent (alphabetically)

List each continent and the name of the country that comes first alphabetically.

SELECT continent,name FROM world x
  WHERE x.name <= ALL (
    SELECT name FROM world y
     WHERE x.continent=y.continent)

Difficult Questions That Utilize Techniques Not Covered In Prior Sections

Find the continents where all countries have a population <= 25000000. Then find the names of the countries associated with these continents. Show name, continent and population.

SELECT name,continent,population FROM world x
  WHERE 25000000 >= ALL (
    SELECT population FROM world y
     WHERE x.continent=y.continent
       AND y.population>0)

Some countries have populations more than three times that of any of their neighbours (in the same continent). Give the countries and continents.

SELECT name, continent FROM world x WHERE
 population > ALL
 (SELECT population*3 FROM world y
 WHERE y.continent = x.continent
 AND y.name != x.name)