The correct answer is option D (Select distinct). Select distinct statement is used to return only different values that match the specified criteria. The following is the syntax to use select distinct statement:
Select DISTINCT column_1, column_2,……
For examples, if we wish to find the distinct salaries of employees from the Employee table and sort them in order:
SELECT DISTINCT Salary
ORDER BY Salary;
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