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Development Tools Database Foundations Reading Data from Databases with SQL Limiting the Result Set

gopi chand nelluri
gopi chand nelluri
528 Points

what is the query for this question

Get the 101st to 200th actor from the actors table. (No need to use any ordering).

SELECT * FROM actors LIMIT 100 OFFSET 1; i used this but i was unable to get the answer what is the mistake i made here

1 Answer

Adam Hoover
Adam Hoover
5,835 Points

Hey gopi chand nelluri,

You will want to OFFSET past your LIMIT like below (since OFFSET is the number of rows starting from 0) :

SELECT * FROM actors LIMIT 100 OFFSET 100;

Hope this helps