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121211, 07:27 #1Registered User
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Unanswered: Select query should return different row
Hi;
Below simple select query should return two different result set based on
the condition
Code:SELECT t1.p_loc , t1.p_nor ,p_det from table1 t1
Code:p_loc p_NOR p_det A11 1234 aaa B11 1311 WWW DEF 1111 DDD DEF 2222 EEE
Condition is
1. if the :wschk = 'P' means the select should return the P_LOC <> 'DEF' rows
2. if the :wschk = 'T' means the select should return the P_LOC = 'DEF' rows
Expected output
Based on condition 1
Code:p_loc p_NOR p_det A11 1234 aaa B11 1311 WWW
Code:p_loc p_NOR p_det DEF 1111 DDD DEF 2222 EEE

121211, 07:41 #2Registered User
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Provided Answers: 11sorry  wrong entry
Last edited by przytula_guy; 121211 at 07:42. Reason: error
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121211, 21:34 #3Registered User
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Condition is
1. if the :wschk = 'P' means the select should return the P_LOC <> 'DEF' rows
2. if the :wschk = 'T' means the select should return the P_LOC = 'DEF' rows
IF condition1 THEN use condition2 ELSE IF condition3 THEN use condition4
can be implemented in SQL
condition1 AND condition2 OR NOT condition1 AND condition3 AND condition4
In your condition, condition1 and condition3 are mutually exclusive,
then "NOT condition1 AND" can be removed.
As a cosequence,
your condition can be implemented in SQL like...
condition1 AND condition2 OR condition3 AND condition4
where
condition1 is :wschk = 'P'
condition2 is P_LOC <> 'DEF'
condition3 is :wschk = 'T'
condition4 is P_LOC = 'DEF'

121311, 07:24 #4Registered User
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For clarity, I recommend to add some parenthesis. Although AND binds stronger than OR, it is obvious to the casual reader to have:
Code:( condition1 AND condition2 ) OR ( condition3 AND condition4 )
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121511, 11:25 #5Registered User
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Stolze,
I agree with you about OR.
I feel parentheses(for readability) are not so neccesary for AND or NOT.
For example:
order of readable and easy to understand representations may be (a) >= (b) >= (c) > (d) > (e) > (f).
(a) parenthesize conditions connected by OR and conditions prefiexed by NOT
Code:( condition1 AND ( NOT condition2 ) AND condition3 ) OR ( condition4 ) OR ( ( NOT ( condition5 AND condition6 ) ) AND condition7 ) /* is equivalent to */ ( condition1 AND ( NOT condition2 ) AND condition3 ) OR ( condition4 ) OR ( ( ( NOT condition5 ) OR ( NOT condition6 ) ) AND condition7 )
Code:( c1 AND ( NOT c2 ) AND c3 ) OR ( c4 ) OR ( ( NOT ( c5 AND c6 ) ) AND c7 )
Code:( condition1 AND NOT condition2 AND condition3 ) OR ( condition4 ) OR ( NOT ( condition5 AND condition6 ) AND condition7 ) /* is equivalent to */ ( condition1 AND NOT condition2 AND condition3 ) OR ( condition4 ) OR ( ( NOT condition5 OR NOT condition6 ) AND condition7 )
Code:( condition1 AND NOT condition2 AND condition3 ) OR condition4 OR ( NOT ( condition5 AND condition6 ) AND condition7 ) /* is equivalent to */ ( condition1 AND NOT condition2 AND condition3 ) OR condition4 OR ( ( NOT condition5 OR NOT condition6 ) AND condition7 )
Code:condition1 AND NOT condition2 AND condition3 OR ( condition4 ) OR ( NOT ( condition5 AND condition6 ) AND condition7 ) /* is equivalent to */ condition1 AND NOT condition2 AND condition3 OR ( condition4 ) OR ( ( NOT condition5 OR NOT condition6 ) AND condition7 )
Code:condition1 AND NOT condition2 AND condition3 OR condition4 OR ( NOT ( condition5 AND condition6 ) AND condition7 ) /* is equivalent to */ condition1 AND NOT condition2 AND condition3 OR condition4 OR ( ( NOT condition5 OR NOT condition6 ) AND condition7 )
Code:condition1 AND NOT condition2 AND condition3 OR condition4 OR NOT ( condition5 AND condition6 ) AND condition7 /* is equivalent to */ condition1 AND NOT condition2 AND condition3 OR condition4 OR ( NOT condition5 OR NOT condition6 ) AND condition7
Code:c1 AND NOT c2 AND c3 OR c4 OR NOT ( c5 AND c6 ) AND c7
While I prefer (c) or (e) and sometimes use (b),
some person may prefer (a) or (b).
Stolze,
do you like (b) or (c)?Last edited by tonkuma; 121811 at 07:43. Reason: Add " and sometimes use (b)"