The following table is used in an application that tracks the items its users bought:

TABLE items
  dateBought DATE NOT NULL

Finish the ItemsBought procedure so that it returns only items whose dateBought is between @date and one month after @date (both inclusive). For each item it should return:

  • The day of the month the item was bought [1-31].
  • The number of the month the item was bought [1-12].
  • The name of the item.

See the example case here for more details.

Database engine: MS SQL

  •   Example case: Wrong answer
  •   All items are bought in a time period less than or equal to a month: Wrong answer
  •   Some items are bought in a time period greater than a month: Wrong answer

MS SQL Server Date Functions Select Stored Procedure T-SQL Public


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