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SQL Logical Operators
The following SQL logical operators are used to specify comparisons between expressions.
Between: Used to determine boundaries for a condition. Each boundary is an expression, and the bounds do not include the boundary limits, as in less than and greater than (as opposed to less than or equal to and greater than or equal to). BETWEEN can be preceded with NOT to negate the condition.
In: Specifies a comparison of a column value with a set of values.
Is Null: Specifies a comparison of a column value with the null value.
Like: Specifies a comparison to a literal value. Often used with wildcard characters to indicate any character string match of zero or more characters (%) or a any single character match (_).