7 years ago in Database Management System

What rows will this select statement return ?
SELECT * FROM products WHERE ordernumber > = 1000

[A] All rows in the products table whose order number is greater than or equal to 1000
[B] All rows in the products table whose order number is less than or equal to 1000
[C] The first 1000 rows of the product table
[D] All rows in the products table whose order number is greater than 1000
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Zachery Chen
Zachery Chen - 1 month ago

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Shourya Singh Rawat - 4 years ago

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