PostgreSQL – NOT BETWEEN operator

PostgreSQL NOT BETWEEN operator is used to match all values against a range of values excluding the values in the mentioned range itself.

Syntax: value NOT BETWEEN low AND high;

Or,

Syntax: value < low OR value > high;

The NOT BETWEEN operator is used generally with WHERE clause with association with SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE or DELETE statement.
For the sake of this article we will be using the sample DVD rental database, which is explained here and can be downloaded by clicking on this link in our examples.

Example 1:

Here we will query for the payment whose amount is not between 3 USD and 5 USD, using the NOT BETWEEN operator in the “Payment” table of our sample database.

SELECT
    customer_id,
    payment_id,
    amount
FROM
    payment
WHERE
    amount NOT BETWEEN 3
AND 5;

Output:

Example 2:
Here we will query for getting the payment whose payment date is not between 2007-03-07 and 2007-03-29 using the BETWEEN operator in the “Payment” table of our sample database.

SELECT
    customer_id,
    payment_id,
    amount,
 payment_date
FROM
    payment
WHERE
    payment_date NOT BETWEEN '2007-03-07'
AND '2007-03-29';

Output:

Note: While making date queries the literal date in ISO 8601 format i.e., YYYY-MM-DD should be used in PostgreSQL.

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