Which is not true of a correlated subquery?
A. EXISTS/NOT EXISTS is a form of a correlated subquery.
B. The processing of the SELECT statements is nested.
C. They can be used to verify functional dependencies.
D. They are very similar to a regular subquery.
Answer: Option D
A. Correlated subqueries only
B. EXISTS/NOT EXISTS expressions only
C. Both of the above are helpful
D. None of the above are helpful
A. MODIFY TABLE TableName DROP COLUMN ColumnName
B. MODIFY TABLE TableName DROP ColumnName
C. ALTER TABLE TableName DROP COLUMN ColumnName
D. ALTER TABLE TableName DROP ColumnName
A. database is structured.
B. database is well-designed.
C. database has no data.
D. database is relatively small.
A. RENAME TABLE
B. CHANGE TABLE
C. ALTER TABLE
D. None of the above is correct