SQL WHERE

Need help with "WHERE" statements I am very new with SQL statements I need a where statements that will pull multiple values

Here is what I have:
WHERE  A.facility_type = 'CHEM'

here is what i need
WHERE  A.facility_type = 'CHEM' , "CHTK"

Any help?
Sam RunyonAsked:
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
What database product?

Most allow IN clauses:

WHERE  A.facility_type in ('CHEM' , 'CHTK')

You can also always do it the brute force way:

WHERE  (A.facility_type = 'CHEM' or A.facility_type = 'CHTK')
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Sam RunyonAuthor Commented:
thanks
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