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Reading Data from Databases with SQL: Limit and Offset
I am having some trouble understanding limit and offset in the database foundations. I understand it in the examples they give in the video, but in the code challenge it tells me to "Get the 101st to 200th actor from the actors table." I am having trouble processing how to make this work. Could anyone explain and clear this up for me? Thanks!
Elliott FrazierCourses Plus Student 9,647 Points
if you could provide the code you've done thus far I would be glad to give you some pointers
One way may be
where id > 100 limit 99
Thanks Chris. That clears up a lot. Now I can move on. And also thanks for the swift reply, your the man!