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In this example, notice that some columns are not specified. This student has not yet declared a major. The values for the unspecified columns (Major, MajorAdvisorName) will be null. The order of column names need not be the same as the order of the columns in the table, but the order of the values in the VALUES clause must correspond to the order of columns in the INSERT statement. In the common case that every column will receive a value, it is not necessary to include the list of column names in the INSERT statement. In that case, the order of values must be the order of columns in the table. Here is another example: INSERT INTO Student VALUES ('Mark Hopkins', 'Williams', 399, '585 223 2533', 'Math', 'William Deal'); With data in the database, changing the information requires one to use the UPDATE statement. Here is the syntax for UPDATE: UPDATE <table_name> SET <columnX> = <valueX>, <columnY> = <valueY>..., <columnZ> = <valueZ> WHERE <condition>; And here is an example: UPDATE Student SET Major = 'English', MajorAdvisorName = 'Ann Carroway' WHERE Sname = 'Mary Poppins'; Mary has discovered her major field, and this statement will add that information to the row for Mary in the Student table. The WHERE clause in the UPDATE statement is the same as, and has all the power and flexibility of, the WHERE clause in the SELECT statement. One can even use subqueries within the WHERE clause. The WHERE clause identifies the rows for which column values will be changed. In this example, only one row qualified, but in other cases the UPDATE statement can change whole groups of rows. For instance, suppose the Computer Science department changes its name to Information Technology department. The following UPDATE statement will change all Faculty rows that currently show Computer Science as the department, so that they will now show Information Technology: UPDATE Faculty SET Dept = 'Information Technology' WHERE Dept = 'Computer Science'; This one statement corrects all appropriate rows. Deleting rows of information from the database is very straightforward with the DELETE statement. Here is the syntax: DELETE FROM <table_name> WHERE <condition>; Again, the WHERE clause provides the same flexible and powerful mechanisms for identifying those rows to be deleted. To remove Mary Poppins from the database, this DELETE statement will work: DELETE FROM Student WHERE Sname = 'Mary Poppins'; To remove all rows from a table, one simply omits the WHERE clause be careful not to do so by accident! Remember also that to remove the table itself from the database, one must use the DROP statement.
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Having discussed the DML statements, we will return to the SELECT statement to discuss correlated subqueries. When the evaluation of a subquery references some attribute in the outer query, the nested or subquery is described as a correlated subquery. To imagine the workings of a correlated subquery, imagine that the subquery is executed for each row in the outer query. The outer query must work through all the rows of a table, and the inner query must have information from the row being referenced in order to complete its work. For example, suppose one wants to know if there are any dormitories in the database that have no students assigned to them. A way to answer this question is to go through the Dorm table, one row at a time, and see if there are, or are not, any students who list that dormitory as their own. Here is such a query: SELECT Dorm FROM Dorm WHERE NOT EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM Student WHERE Student.Dorm = Dorm.Dorm ); The outer query works through the rows of the Dorm table inspecting the Dorm column (Dorm.Dorm). For each value of Dorm.Dorm, the inner query selects all the students who have that dormitory name in the Dorm column of the Student table (Student.Dorm). This query introduces the NOT EXISTS function (and, of course, there is also an EXISTS function). EXISTS and NOT EXISTS are used with correlated subqueries to test for the presence or absence of qualifying results in the subquery. In this case, whenever no qualifying student is found (the result NOT EXISTS), then that row of the Dorm table qualifies. The result is a list of dormitories to which no students are assigned. Likewise, one could create a list of all dorms to which students have been assigned by changing the NOT EXISTS to EXISTS. A famous and mind-bending use of NOT EXISTS can find rows where all rows in the subquery satisfy some condition. For instance, suppose one wants to know if there is any club to which all math majors belong. One can use NOT EXISTS to find clubs to which no one belongs, and then use NOT EXISTS again to find clubs to which everyone belongs. Here is the example: SELECT Cname FROM Club WHERE NOT EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM Student WHERE Student.Major = 'Math' AND NOT EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM ClubMembership WHERE Student.Sname = ClubMembership.MemberName AND Club.Cname = ClubMembership.Cname)); This query works through each row in the Club table. For each row in the Club table it works through each row in the Student table. Then for each Club row/Student row combination, it works through each row in the ClubMembership table. The innermost query finds clubs in which at least some math majors do not participate. However, if ALL math majors participate in a particular club, the innermost query will return a NULL. If the innermost query is NULL, then the innermost NOT EXISTS will be true (it s NULL; it does not exist; so NOT EXISTS is true). If the innermost NOT EXISTS is true, then that club qualifies, and that club is reported as being one to which all math majors belong. It can take a while to digest this idea!
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