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SQL Query with Subquery

Posted on 2012-03-21
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I'm having trouble getting this sql query to work:

SELECT Date, Title FROM (SELECT Date, Title FROM Article WHERE Title LIKE '%US%') WHERE Date BETWEEN '1/1/2012' AND '2/1/2012'

Please advise. Thanks in advance.
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Dale Burrell earned 500 total points
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SELECT Date, Title
FROM
(
  SELECT Date, Title
  FROM Article
  WHERE Title LIKE '%US%'
) X
WHERE Date BETWEEN '1/1/2012' AND '2/1/2012'

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by:MaxKroy
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Awesome, thanks dale
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by:Dale Fye
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just a  question, why do you need the subquery?  why not just use:

SELECT Date, Title
FROM Article
WHERE Title LIKE '%US%'
AND Date BETWEEN '1/1/2012' AND '2/1/2012'
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