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Introduction
Very simple subqueries
Subqueries with multiple results
11. The operator ANY
Correlated subqueries
Other subqueries

## Instruction

Good. To conclude this section, let's find out about one more operator: ANY. Take a look:

SELECT *
FROM trip
WHERE price < ANY (
SELECT price
FROM hiking_trip
WHERE mountain_id = 1
);


In the above example, we want to find trips to the cities which are cheaper than any hiking trip to the mountain with id 1 (Mont Blanc, just to let you know). There are two hiking trips to Mont Blanc: one which costs 1000 and one which costs 300. If we find a city trip which is cheaper than any of these values, we show it in the result.

Again, other logical operators are possible: = ANY, != ANY, < ANY, <= ANY, >= ANY.

## Exercise

Find all information about all the city trips which have the same price as any hiking trip.

### Stuck? Here's a hint!

Type:

SELECT *
FROM trip
WHERE price = ANY (
SELECT price
FROM hiking_trip
);