What is the difference between where and having clause?

What is the difference between where and having clause?

1. WHERE Clause is used to filter the records from the table based on the specified condition. HAVING Clause is used to filter record from the groups based on the specified condition.

How do I merge two tables in Google Docs?

To merge tables:

  1. Choose File > Merge. ...
  2. Select the table to merge with from your Google Drive list, or paste in the URL of a table. ...
  3. For both tables, select a column from the Match columns dropdown menu. ...
  4. Review the columns for the new table, and uncheck any you don't wish to include.
  5. Click Create merged table.

How do you manipulate a table in Google Docs?

Add or Modify a Table in a Google Doc

  1. Open the Doc you want to work with (or a new one if you haven't started one yet)
  2. Click Insert.
  3. Hover over Table.
  4. Using the grid that shows up, select the amount of rows and columns by highlighting the grid and click.

How do you move a table in Google Docs?

You can position a table the same way that you position regular text, using the alignment controls.

  1. Click a cell inside the table.
  2. Click Format on the menu bar.
  3. Select Table.
  4. Select Table properties.
  5. Click the Table alignment button.
  6. Select an alignment option.
  7. Click OK.

How do you insert a table in Google Docs?

Add and edit tables

  1. On your computer, open a document or a slide in a presentation.
  2. Click Insert Table. choose how many rows and columns you want to add. Tables can be as large as 20 x 20 cells.
  3. The table will be added to your document.

How do I make a table in sheets?

Excel makes “Format as table” really simple. All you have to do is select the data that belong in your table, and then click “CTRL + T” (Windows) or “Apple + T” (Mac). Alternatively, there's a Format as Table button in the standard toolbar. Unfortunately, Sheets doesn't have a “one stop shop” for Tables.