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SELECT * FROM Customers
WHERE NOT Country='Germany' AND NOT Country='USA'and not country="Mexico";

 

I am new to SQL and learning "where not" syntax. Wonder how can I make the above string shorter? or any other way this can be written? how do I use <> here?

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On 8/27/2019 at 6:51 AM, CoolB said:

SELECT * FROM Customers
WHERE NOT Country='Germany' AND NOT Country='USA'and not country="Mexico";

 

I am new to SQL and learning "where not" syntax. Wonder how can I make the above string shorter? or any other way this can be written? how do I use <> here?

SELECT * FROM Customers
WHERE  Country NOT IN ( 'Germany','USA','Mexico');

u can use NOT IN( ) operator.

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You have declare where with  not operator it is using where clause after you have column_name declare and after not operator

select * from Customers

Where Country Not In ('Germany','USA','Mexico')

 

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