6 years ago in Database Management System

The EXISTS keyword will be true if:

[A] any row in the subquery meets the condition only.
[B] all rows in the subquery fail the condition only.
[C] both of these two conditions are met.
[D] neither of these two conditions is met.
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Ahmed Alanbagi
Ahmed Alanbagi - 3 weeks ago

Ahmed Alanbagi from Baghdad, Iraq is saying all rows in the subquery fail the condition only. is correct answer

uma maheswari
uma maheswari - 7 months ago

uma maheswari from Tiruchi, India is saying any row in the subquery meets the condition only. is correct answer

Shamsa hafeez
Shamsa hafeez - 8 months ago

Shamsa hafeez from Lahore, Pakistan is saying any row in the subquery meets the condition only. is correct answer

Tsega Asresa Mengistu
Tsega Asresa Mengistu - 8 months ago

Tsega Asresa Mengistu from Dessie, Ethiopia is saying both of these two conditions are met. is correct answer

Serkie Mekonnen
Serkie Mekonnen - 8 months ago

Serkie Mekonnen from Dessie, Ethiopia is saying both of these two conditions are met. is correct answer

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