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//Downloaded From www.c4cpp.co.nr 
//(C)2009.All rights reserved. 
STRUCTURED QUERY LANGUAGE- 
1 
TABLE: SPORTS 
Student 
...
WRITE THE SQL COMMANDS FOR (1) TO (7) ON THE BASIS OF 
THE TABLE SPORTS 
1) Display the names of students who have grade ‘...
4)Display the games taken up by the students ,whose name starts with ‘A’. 
SELECT GAME1,GAME2 
FROM SPORTS 
WHERE NAME LIK...
OUTPUT 
Student 
No: 
class Name Game 1 Grade 1 Game 2 Grade 2 
14 9 Archana Basketball A Cricket A 
15 10 Arpith Cricket ...
STRUCTURED QUERY LANGUAGE 
-2 
TABLE:STUDENT 
No: Name Stipend Stream Avgmark Grade Class 
1 Karan 400.00 Medical 78.5 B 1...
WRITE SQL COMMANDS FOR QUESTIONS 1 TO 7 ON THE BASIS OF TABLE 
STUDENT 
1)Select all the Nonmedical stream students from S...
MOHAN 
DIVYA 
ARUN 
JOHN 
KARAN 
RUBINA 
DIVAKAR 
SABINA 
VIKAS 
4)To count the number of students with grade “A” 
SELECT ...
475.00 
D)SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT) 
OUTPUT 
10
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  1. 1. //Downloaded From www.c4cpp.co.nr //(C)2009.All rights reserved. STRUCTURED QUERY LANGUAGE- 1 TABLE: SPORTS Student No: class Name Game 1 Grade 1 Game 2 Grade 2 10 7 Sammer Cricket B Swimming A 11 8 Sujith Tennis A Skating C 12 7 Kamal Swimming B Football B 13 7 Venna Tennis C Tennis A 14 9 Archana Basketball A Cricket A 15 10 Arpit Cricket A Athletics C
  2. 2. WRITE THE SQL COMMANDS FOR (1) TO (7) ON THE BASIS OF THE TABLE SPORTS 1) Display the names of students who have grade ‘C ’in either Game 1 or Game 2 or both. SELECT NAME FROM SPORTS WHERE GRADE 1 =’C’. OR. GRADE 2 = ‘C’; OUTPUT NAME SUJITH VENNA ARPIT 2)Display the number of students getting grade ‘A’ in cricket. SELECT COUNT (*) FROM SPORTS WHERE GRADE1 =”A” .AND. GAME2=”CRICKET” .OR. GRADE2 =”A” .AND. GAME2=”CRICKET”; OUTPUT COUNT(*) 2 3)Display the names of the students who have same game for both Game 1 and Game 2. SELECT NAME FROM SPORTS WHERE GAME 1 =GAME 2; OUTPUT NAME VENNA
  3. 3. 4)Display the games taken up by the students ,whose name starts with ‘A’. SELECT GAME1,GAME2 FROM SPORTS WHERE NAME LIKE (”A%”); OUTPUT GAME1 GAME2 BASKETBALL CRICKET CRICKET ATHELETICS 5) Add a new column named ‘Marks’. ALTER TABLE SPORTS ADD MARKS FLOAT (6, 2); OUTPUT ONE COLUMN ADDED 6)Assign a value 200 for Marks for all those who are getting grade ‘B’ or grade ‘A’ in both Game1 and Game2. UPDATE SPORTS SET MARKS =200 WHERE GRADE1<=”B” AND. GRADE2<=”B”; OUTPUT 3 RECORDS UPDATED 7)Arrange the whole table in the alphabetical order by name. SELECT*FROM SPORTS ORDER BY NAME;
  4. 4. OUTPUT Student No: class Name Game 1 Grade 1 Game 2 Grade 2 14 9 Archana Basketball A Cricket A 15 10 Arpith Cricket A Athletics C 12 7 Kamal Swimming B Football B 10 7 Sammer Cricket B Swimming A 11 8 Sujith Tennis A Skating C 13 7 Venna Tennis C Tennis A
  5. 5. STRUCTURED QUERY LANGUAGE -2 TABLE:STUDENT No: Name Stipend Stream Avgmark Grade Class 1 Karan 400.00 Medical 78.5 B 12B 2 Divakar 450.00 Commerce 89.2 A 11C 3 Divya 300.00 Commerce 68.6 C 12C 4 Arun 350.00 Humanities 73.1 B 12C 5 Sabina 500.00 Nonmedical 90.6 A 11A 6 John 400.00 Medical 75.4 B 12B 7 Robert 250.00 Humanities 64.4 C 11A 8 Rubina 450.00 Nonmedical 88.5 A 12A 9 Vikas 500.00 Nonmedical 92.0 A 12A 10 Mohan 300.00 Commerce 67.5 C 12C
  6. 6. WRITE SQL COMMANDS FOR QUESTIONS 1 TO 7 ON THE BASIS OF TABLE STUDENT 1)Select all the Nonmedical stream students from STUDENT. SELECT NAME FROM STUDENT WHERE STREAM=’NONMEDICAL’; OUTPUT NAME: SABINA RUBINA VIKAS 2)list the names of those students who are in class 12 sorted by stipend SELECT NAME,STIPEND FROM STUDENT WHERE CLASS=’12’ ORDER BY STIPEND; OUTPUT NAME STIPEND DIVYA 300.00 MOHAN 300.00 ARUN 350.00 KARAN 400.00 JOHN 400.00 RUBINA 450.00 VIKAS 500.00 3)list all students sorted by avgmark in descending order SELECT NAME FROM STUDENT ORDER BY AVGMARK DESC; OUTPUT ROBERT
  7. 7. MOHAN DIVYA ARUN JOHN KARAN RUBINA DIVAKAR SABINA VIKAS 4)To count the number of students with grade “A” SELECT COUNT(GRADE) FROM STUDENT WHERE GRADE=”A”; OUTPUT 4 5)to insert a new student in the table anf fill the columns with some values INSERT INTO STUDENT VALUES (11,”MANISHA”,300.00,”NONMEDICAL”,72.5,”B”,12C); OUTPUT ONE ROW ADDED 6)give the output of the following SQL statement: A)SELECT MIN(AVGMARK) FROM STUDENT WHERE AVGMARK<75; OUTPUT 64.4 B)SELECT SUM(STIPEND) FROM STUDENT WHERE GRADE=”B” OUTPUT 1150.00 C)SELECT AVG(STIPEND)FROM STUDENT WHERE CLASS=”12A”; OUTPUT
  8. 8. 475.00 D)SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT) OUTPUT 10

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