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Databases SQL Basics Finding the Data You Want Searching Within a Range of Values

19 th century


19th century is from on January, 1, 1801 to on December 13, 1900.

So I think the first example syntax on the video should be first_published > 1800 ADN first_published <= 1900 in stead.

3 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,636 Points

The forum is a great place to get help from other students, but may not be the most expedient (or even certain) way to contact the staff.

The recommended way to report bugs is described on the Support page.

Ben Deitch
Ben Deitch
Treehouse Teacher

Hi Hanna! Looks like we used the wrong definition for the 19th century. We'll aim to get that fixed when we refresh the course. Thanks for pointing it out :)