JOBSEEKER?

A new social network site has the following data tables:

users
id name sex
1 Ann null
2 Steve m
3 Mary f
4 Brenda f
friends
user1 user2
1 2
1 3
2 3

Select data that will be returned by the following SQL query:

SELECT users.name, COUNT(*) as count FROM users
LEFT JOIN friends
ON users.id = friends.user1 OR users.id = friends.user2
WHERE users.sex = 'f'
GROUP BY users.id, users.name;

(Select all acceptable answers.)

Ann, 1
Ann, 2
Steve, 1
Steve, 2
Mary, 1
Mary, 2
Brenda, 0
Brenda, 1
   

Tags
SQL Conditions Left join Select Public
Easy

5min

Score Distribution
# of candidates
0-33%
34-66%
67-100%
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