SQL SKIP TAKE (Pagination)

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Limiting amount of results[edit | edit source]

ISO/ANSI SQL:

SELECT * FROM TableName FETCH FIRST 20 ROWS ONLY;

MySQL; PostgreSQL; SQLite:

SELECT * FROM TableName LIMIT 20;

Oracle:

SELECT Id,
   Col1
FROM (SELECT Id,
           Col1,
           row_number() over (order by Id) RowNumber
      FROM TableName)
WHERE RowNumber <= 20

SQL Server:

SELECT TOP 20 * 
FROM dbo.[Sale]

Skipping then taking some results (Pagination)[edit | edit source]

ISO/ANSI SQL:

SELECT Id, Col1
FROM TableName
ORDER BY Id
OFFSET 20 ROWS FETCH NEXT 20 ROWS ONLY;

MySQL:

SELECT * FROM TableName LIMIT 20, 20; -- offset, limit

Oracle; SQL Server:

SELECT Id,
   Col1
 FROM (SELECT Id,
           Col1,
           row_number() over (order by Id) RowNumber
      FROM TableName)
WHERE RowNumber BETWEEN 21 AND 40

PostgreSQL; SQLite:

SELECT * FROM TableName LIMIT 20 OFFSET 20;

Skipping some rows from result[edit | edit source]

ISO/ANSI SQL:

SELECT Id, Col1
FROM TableName
ORDER BY Id
OFFSET 20 ROWS

MySQL:

SELECT * FROM TableName LIMIT 20, 42424242424242;
** skips 20 for take use very large number that is more than rows in table

Oracle:

SELECT Id,
   Col1
FROM (SELECT Id,
           Col1,
           row_number() over (order by Id) RowNumber
      FROM TableName)
WHERE RowNumber > 20

PostgreSQL:

SELECT * FROM TableName OFFSET 20;

SQLite:

SELECT * FROM TableName LIMIT -1 OFFSET 20;

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