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Assistance with code error.
Point me in the right direction please.
The error that I am getting is "SQL Error: 1st ORDER BY term does not match any column in the result set"
The question: There are two tables Fruit and Vegetable table. The Fruit table has a FruitID and a Name column and the Vegetable table has a VegetableID and Name Column. Create an alphabetical list of produce that is considered both a fruit and a vegetable.
SELECT Name From Fruit Where Name INTERSECT SELECT Name FROM Vegetable WHERE Name ORDER BY ASC;
Chris JonesJava Web Development Techdegree Graduate 23,921 Points
Hey Joshua, you haven't specified any columns after the ORDER BY clause. You probably meant to write "Name" after ORDER BY so that it reads "ORDER BY Name ASC".