# Leetcode SQL

Jan 1 · 2 min read

1459. Rectangles Area

Table: `Points`

`+---------------+---------+`

| Column Name | Type |

+---------------+---------+

| id | int |

| x_value | int |

| y_value | int |

+---------------+---------+

id is the primary key for this table.

Each point is represented as a 2D Dimensional (x_value, y_value).

Write an SQL query to report of all possible rectangles which can be formed by any two points of the table.

Each row in the result contains three columns (p1, p2, area) where:

**p1**and**p2**are the id of two opposite corners of a rectangle and p1 < p2.- Area of this rectangle is represented by the column
**area**.

Report the query in descending order by area in case of tie in ascending order by p1 and p2.

Points table:

+----------+-------------+-------------+

| id | x_value | y_value |

+----------+-------------+-------------+

| 1 | 2 | 8 |

| 2 | 4 | 7 |

| 3 | 2 | 10 |

+----------+-------------+-------------+Result table:

+----------+-------------+-------------+

| p1 | p2 | area |

+----------+-------------+-------------+

| 2 | 3 | 6 |

| 1 | 2 | 2 |

+----------+-------------+-------------+p1 should be less than p2 and area greater than 0.

p1 = 1 and p2 = 2, has an area equal to |2-4| * |8-7| = 2.

p1 = 2 and p2 = 3, has an area equal to |4-2| * |7-10| = 6.

p1 = 1 and p2 = 3 It's not possible because the rectangle has an area equal to 0.

Note: p1 should be less than p2 and area greater than 0

Solution:

`select p1.id as p1, p2.id as p2,`

abs(p1.x_value - p2.x_value) * abs(p1.y_value - p2.y_value) as area

from Points p1, Points p2

where p1.id <p2.id

and abs(p1.x_value - p2.x_value) * abs(p1.y_value - p2.y_value) > 0

order by 3 desc, 1, 2;