Re: Expressing SQL in relational algebra
Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2003 23:57:37 -0500
"Neo" <neo55592_at_hotmail.com> wrote in message
> > > "SELECT * FROM T_Person WHERE (age=20) AND (weight=180);" in rel
> > (T_Person | age=Years(20) AND weight=Pounds(180)),
> > RESTRICT(T_Person,age=Years(20) AND weight=Pounds(180)),
> > or T_Person WHERE ( age=Years(20) AND weight=Pounds(180) )
> Could the above also be expressed as "person ^ age ^ 20 ^ years ^
> weight ^ 180 ^ pounds" where ^ means AND?
Not that I know of.
Where does the above indicate the restrict operation or the equality comparisons?
> How does Tutorial-D express joins such as: "SELECT * FROM T_Car JOIN
> T_Part ON T_Car.ID = T_Part.CarID WHERE T_Part.Color = 'red'";
I haven't checked the exact syntax, but I would guess:
((T_Car RENAME ID AS CarID) JOIN (T_Part)) WHERE Color = Color('Red')
Why do you prepend every relation name with "T_" ? It doesn't really make much sense. Received on Sun Mar 16 2003 - 05:57:37 CET