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    <-- Chapter 13: SQL < Operator

    Chapter 14

    SQL >= Operator


    Lets see an example from the below table "employees" :-


    employee_id name code designation salary
    101 ABC E-101 Engineer 12000
    102 DEF E-102 Doctor 8000
    103 GHI E-103 Software Developer 8000
    104 JKL E-104 CEO 12000
    105 MNO E-105 Software Developer 100000

    > Operator Example


    SELECT * 
    FROM `employees`
    WHERE `salary` >= 8000;
    

    Now Run this Query, we will see the output below :-


    employee_id name code designation salary
    101 ABC E-101 Engineer 12000
    102 DEF E-102 Doctor 8000
    103 GHI E-103 Software Developer 8000
    104 JKL E-104 CEO 12000
    105 MNO E-105 Software Developer 100000

    We can see here, that only those records are displayed which column salary value greater than equal to (>=) 8000.


    Chapter 15: SQL <= Operator -->

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