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Posted on 2007-12-04
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let say i have the foolowing table/data
OFFICER: Officer no
                 Officer name
      Officer address
         Officer Date-of-Birth
how do i show all the officers who are older than a given officer
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Question by:aaxen
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by:YANN0S
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SELECT <whatever you want to select>
WHERE yourtable
WHERE
SELECT <whatever you want to select from a>
  FROM yourtable a
 WHERE EXISTS (SELECT 1 FROM a.birthdate < b.birthdate
   AND <whatever criteria you use to identify the given officer >)

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by:YANN0S
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Sorry, repost
SELECT <whatever you want to select from a>
  FROM yourtable a
 WHERE EXISTS (SELECT 1 
                 FROM  yourtable b 
                WHERE a.birthdate < b.birthdate
                  AND <whatever criteria you use to identify the given officer >)
 

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by:Shanmuga Sundaram
ID: 20405430
I hope it should be like this.

declare @dob datetime
set @dob ='12/12/1960'
select * from OFFICER where  Officer Date-of-Birth
>=@age
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by:Shanmuga Sundaram
ID: 20405432
declare @dob datetime
set @dob ='12/12/1960'
select * from OFFICER where  Officer Date-of-Birth
<=@age
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sujith80 earned 500 total points
ID: 20408786
select * from Officer
where officer_date_of_birth < ( select officer_date_of_birth
                                from Officer
                                where officer_no = <your value> )
/
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by:aaxen
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hi yannos saw your code just one question, What does the " select 1 "means
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