You are given two tables: Students and Grades. Students contains three columns ID, Name and Marks.
Grades contains the following data:
Ketty gives Eve a task to generate a report containing three columns: Name, Grade and Mark. Ketty doesn't want the NAMES of those students who received a grade lower than 8. The report must be in descending order by grade -- i.e. higher grades are entered first. If there is more than one student with the same grade (8-10) assigned to them, order those particular students by their name alphabetically. Finally, if the grade is lower than 8, use "NULL" as their name and list them by their grades in descending order. If there is more than one student with the same grade (1-7) assigned to them, order those particular students by their marks in ascending order.
Write a query to help Eve.
Maria 10 99
Jane 9 81
Julia 9 88
Scarlet 8 78
NULL 7 63
NULL 7 68
Print "NULL" as the name if the grade is less than 8.
Consider the following table with the grades assigned to the students:
So, the following students got 8, 9 or 10 grades:
- Maria (grade 10)
- Jane (grade 9)
- Julia (grade 9)
- Scarlet (grade 8)
- ON s.Marks BETWEEN g.Min_Mark AND g.Max_Mark : 학생의 점수가 Min_Mark와 Max_Mark 사이의 값으로 매핑되도록 하는 코드
SELECT IF(g.GRADE < 8, NULL, s.Name), g.Grade, s.Marks FROM Students AS s JOIN Grades AS g ON s.Marks BETWEEN g.Min_Mark AND g.Max_Mark ORDER BY g.Grade DESC, s.Name, s.Marks;
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