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SQLServer Filter results using WHERE and HAVING

Use BETWEEN to Filter Results

The following examples use the Item Sales and Customers sample databases.

Note: The BETWEEN operator is inclusive.

Using the BETWEEN operator with Numbers:

SELECT * From ItemSales
WHERE Quantity BETWEEN 10 AND 17

Using the BETWEEN operator with Date Values:

SELECT * From ItemSales
WHERE SaleDate BETWEEN '2013-07-11' AND '2013-05-24'

Using the BETWEEN operator with Text Values:

SELECT Id, FName, LName FROM Customers

This query will return all customers whose name alphabetically falls between the letters 'D' and 'L'. In this case, Customer #1 and #3 will be returned. Customer #2, whose name begins with a 'M' will not be included.

Id FName LName
1 William Jones
3 Richard Davis


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