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Logan FoxCourses Plus Student 3,379 Points
Add to the following SELECT statement to JOIN the Media table and the Genres table using the joining table Media_Genres.
I can't figure out what I am doing wrong? Can someone help?
SELECT * FROM Media WHERE JOIN media_id=3 Media_Genres ON Media.media_id = Genres.genre_id;
Steven Parker220,450 Points
Here a few hints:
WHEREclause would come after any
- the requirements don't sound like a
WHEREis needed anyway
- the first thing after the
JOINkeyword should be a table name
- since the instructions indicate a junction table is needed, there will be 2
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