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Display data - problem

Display data - problem

Display data - problem

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Hello

I am currently doing a small project and here is my table -

USER_ID   TIME_START    TIME_END   NAME   

1              1           2       MAX
2              3           7       MAX
3              5           6       PEPPER
4              1           7       SUE

Let say I want to know who is available between 4 and 5.  Of course I know Pepper will be free at that time.  I know max  in the second row will not displayed as 4 and 5 are in the way but Max in the first row will be displayed.  So I need to know how to automatically discard the same name out when carrying out the logical operations.

I would be very very grateful if you give me tip or help

Maverickmax77

RE: Display data - problem

This is how I'll do it:

select name from <table> where ('04:00:00' between time_start and time_max) and ('05:00:00' between time_start and time_max)

Obs: time_start and time_max are defined as "time type" and the representation is "hh:mm:ss"

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