Greg Bowser wrote:
In MySQL, both "OR" and "||" are valid logical or operators.  You can only
have one Where clause, thus your last example is correct.


Though in postgresql and db2 (and some other dbs) "||" means "concatenate" so stick with using the word "OR" in this situation otherwise you'll run into portability issues if you ever needed to move to another db.

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