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## What is SQL operator?

An operator is **a reserved word or a character used primarily in an SQL statement’s WHERE clause to perform operation**(s), such as comparisons and arithmetic operations. These Operators are used to specify conditions in an SQL statement and to serve as conjunctions for multiple conditions in a statement.

## What are the types in Operators?

**There are three types of operator that programmers use:**

- arithmetic operators.
- relational operators.
- logical operators.

## What are the operations performed in SQL?

**Common SQL Operations**

- Selecting all columns. The most basic query to a table is requesting all rows and columns. …
- Selecting some columns. …
- Selecting distinct values. …
- Filtering numeric fields. …
- Filtering character fields. …
- Filtering a range. …
- Combining character and numeric filters. …
- Ordering results.

## What are SQL Operators and how do they work?

SQL operators are **reserved keywords used in the WHERE clause of a SQL statement to perform arithmetic, logical and comparison operations**. Operators act as conjunctions in SQL statements to fulfill multiple conditions in a statement.

## Can SQL do calculations?

**Yes** – SQL Server can perform basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. … In addition, SQL Server can calculate SUM, COUNT, AVG, etc. For these type of calculations, check out SQL Server T-SQL Aggregate Functions.

## What is == in SQL?

**Performs a comparison to determine if two expressions are equal**.

## What are the 3 logical operators?

Common logical operators include **AND, OR, and NOT**.

## What is ?: operator called?

In computer programming, ?: is a **ternary operator** that is part of the syntax for basic conditional expressions in several programming languages. It is commonly referred to as the conditional operator, inline if (iif), or ternary if. An expression a ? b : c evaluates to b if the value of a is true, and otherwise to c .

## What set difference operations?

**To perform difference operation, the following conditions must hold;**

- Both the relations R
_{1}and R_{2}(or the result of expression 1 and expression 2) must have the same number of attributes. That is, Arity should be same. - The domain of i
^{th}attribute of R_{1}and i^{th}attribute of R_{2}must be same for all i.