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Databases SQL Basics Finding the Data You Want Review & Practice with SQL Playgrounds

Andy McDonald
Andy McDonald
Python Development Techdegree Student 6,118 Points

how to find values outside of a given range in SQL

Seems like this should be able to be done but I'm not figuring it out. Hers what ive tried:

where rating != between 1 and 5; where rating is not between 1 and 5; where rating is not in (<1, >5); where rating != in (<1, >5);

dont know what else to do. Any help would be appreciated

1 Answer

You can do

...where rating not between 1 and 5;


...where rating < 1 or rating > 5;

Basically out of your four attempts, the second one was closest to being correct.