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Databases

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In an ecommerce database there's a addresses table. There is an id, nickname, street, city, state, zip, country and user_id columns. Concatenate the street, city, state, zip and country in the following format. Street, City, State Zip. Country e.g. 34 NE 12 st, Portland, OR 97129. USA. Alias the concatenated string as address

my code.. SELECT street ||","||" "||city ||","||" "||state ||" "||zip ||"."||" "||country AS "address" FROM addresses;

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,582 Points

Your query looks good.

You didn't provide a link to the challenge, but if it is this one, I pasted in your query and it passed! :+1:

One minor improvement you could make is to take advantage of the fact that your literal strings can contain more than one character:

SELECT street || ", " || city || ", " || state || " " || zip || ". " || country AS address FROM addresses;

But this change should not affect the output at all, and it should have worked as-is.