I have a table that contains information about teams. I want to be able to write a SQL query (Oracle SQL Developer) that allows for multiple search entries for the same column using values separated by a comma.
Here is what I have:
Name_First Name_Last Team_no
Joe Doe 1
Scott Miller 3
Mike Smith 3
Jake Willow 2
Joseph Smaills 2
Tom Cruise 4
Jeremy Smith 4
Lori Thompson 5
I want to have a query that reads similar to the below, but that it also allows for multiple comma-separated entries on the Team_no field:
SELECT * FROM Teams
WHERE Team_no = '&Team_no';
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