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<tr><th>name</th><th>continent</th><th>area</th>
<th>population</th><th>gdp</th></tr>
<tr><td>Afghanistan</td><td>Asia</td><td class="r">652230</td><td class="r">25500100</td><td class="r">20343000000</td></tr>
<tr><td>Albania</td><td>Europe</td><td class="r">28748 </td><td class="r">2831741 </td><td class="r">12960000000 </td></tr>
<tr><td>Algeria</td><td>Africa</td><td class="r">2381741 </td><td class="r">37100000 </td><td class="r">188681000000 </td></tr>
<tr><td>Andorra</td><td>Europe</td><td class="r">468</td><td class="r">78115 </td><td class="r">3712000000 </td></tr><tr>
<td>Angola</td><td>Africa</td><td class="r">1246700 </td><td class="r">20609294 </td><td class="r">100990000000 </td></tr>
<tr>
<td colspan='5'>...</td>
</tr>
</table>
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==Country Profile==
In this tutorial you will use the SELECT command on the table <code>World</code>:
 
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  <div class="summary">Summary</div>
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==Warming up==
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[[Read_the_notes_about_this_table. |Read the notes about this table.]] Observe the result of running a simple SQL command.
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SELECT name, continent, population FROM world
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SELECT name, continent, population FROM world
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==Large Countries==
[[WHERE_filters |How to use WHERE to filter records.]]
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Show the name for the countries  that have a population of at least 200 million. (200 million is 200000000, there are eight zeros)
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SELECT name FROM world
WHERE population>250000000
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SELECT name FROM world
WHERE population>200000000
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Give the name and the per capita GDP for those countries with a population of at least 200 million.
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per capita GDP is the GDP divided by the population GDP/population
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SELECT name, gdp/population FROM world
  WHERE population > 200000000
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Show the <code>name</code> and <code>population</code> in millions for the countries of 'South America'
Divide the population by 1000000 to get population in millions.
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SELECT name, population/1000000 FROM world
  WHERE continent='South America'
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Show the <code>name</code> and <code>population</code> for 'France', 'Germany', 'Italy'
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SELECT name, population FROM world
  WHERE name IN ('France','Germany','Italy')
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Identify the countries which have names including the word 'United'
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SELECT name FROM world
  WHERE name LIKE '%United%'
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<p><div class="quizlink">[[BBC QUIZ]]</div></p>
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<h2>What Next</h2>
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  <li>You can play a game:
  [http://sqlzoo.net/~andrew/brain/bt.htm Find the duplicate]
  </li>
  <li>You can to continue practising the the same techniques
    and gain more experience of the basic skills on the Nobel table.
  [[SELECT_from_Nobel_Tutorial |The <code>WHERE</code> statement using the
  <code>nobel</code> table.]]
  </li>
  <li>You can learn about nested statements, these are instructive and entertaining, but not essential for beginners.
  [[SELECT_within_SELECT_Tutorial |Nested <code>SELECT</code> statements using the
  <code>world</code> table.]]</li>
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