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Nice and Easy Question. Thanks :-D
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Nice question, thanks.
Never use ANY or SOME though :-)


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Is there difference between SOME and ANY?
Can someone explain?
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Carlo Romagnano (3/21/2012)
Is there difference between SOME and ANY?
Can someone explain?

There is no difference. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms175064.aspx:
SOME and ANY are equivalent.

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Hi all,
Interesting questions...also the following query:

SELECT id
FROM dbo.SalesDates s
WHERE '2012/1/03' IN (SELECT saledate FROM SalesDates);

is equivalent to the one given in the QotD. If you try for the example dates, it produces the same results as with ANY and SOME.
(http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms177682.aspx)

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Hi all,
Interesting questions...also the following query:

SELECT id
FROM dbo.SalesDates s
WHERE '2012/1/03' IN (SELECT saledate FROM SalesDates);

is equivalent to the one given in the QotD. If you try for the example dates, it produces the same results as with ANY and SOME.
(http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms177682.aspx)

Igor Micev,
My blog: www.igormicev.com
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Hi all,
Interesting questions...also the following query:

SELECT id
FROM dbo.SalesDates s
WHERE '2012/1/03' IN (SELECT saledate FROM SalesDates);

is equivalent to the one given in the QotD. If you try for the example dates, it produces the same results as with ANY and SOME.
(http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms177682.aspx)

Igor Micev,
My blog: www.igormicev.com
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Good question. I have never used ANY or SOME in queries so have learned something once again.
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The good thing in ANY or SOME is that you can make all kind of comparison not only equality or inequality.
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