Hello, and welcome to the SQL Practice Set in MS SQL Server! This package of exercises will help you practice everything you know about basic SQL queries in SQL Server and is perfect for anyone who wants to strengthen their T-SQL skills.
The difficulty level of the exercises is roughly the same as in the SQL Basics in MS SQL Server course. Topics covered include:
SELECTs, aggregate functions (
AVG), grouping and ordering results,
JOINs, and subqueries. We will start each part with a brief reminder of the syntax needed to solve it and we'll continue with the exercises.
Here's a quick reminder of the basic
SELECT Name, Age
WHERE Age > 18
You select data by using the
SELECT keyword, listing the columns, and then using the
FROM keyword where you tell the database to select data from a given table.
To select all columns from a table you can use the asterisk
* instead of the column names:
To filter the result of your query, you use the
WHERE keyword and a condition: