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# how to union two different table and result only shows name with the letter L to Z

how to union two different table and result only shows name with the letter L to Z

In your `WHERE` clause, you can use inequality operators on string fields. For example, if compared a field named "word" using the expression "`WHERE word < 'L'`", you would get only words that start with letters that come before "L" in the alphabet ("A" through "K").

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Thank you, that worked. I had tried:

SELECT Name FROM Fruit WHERE Name IN ('A%','B%','C%', 'D%', 'E%', 'F%', 'G%', 'H%', 'I%', 'J%', 'K%') UNION SELECT Name FROM Vegetable WHERE Name IN ('A%','B%,'C%', 'D%', 'E%', 'F%', 'G%', 'H%', 'I%', 'J%', 'K%') ORDER BY Name;

as well as trying to use

WHERE Name BETWEEN 'A' AND 'L'

Surprisingly those didnt work.

You can't use wildcards with "`IN`", they only work with "`LIKE`".

doesn't work. question: there are two table: fruit table with fruitid and name column, vegetable table with vegetableid and name column. create a list of all fruits and vegetables starting with the letters A through K.

my answer is following select name from fruit union select name from vegetable where name >= 'K'

but it doesn't work

But you originally asked for only names "with the letter L to Z". Check my answer again, I revised the example to fit this new criteria.