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Stacy Villibord2,017 Points
Correct my syntax
In the library database there's a patrons table listing all the users of the library. The columns are id, first_name, last_name, address, email, library_id and zip_code.
Generate a list of strings that are in the following format: Andrew Chalkley email@example.com. Concatenate the first name, last name and email address for all users.
Alias it to to_field. This will be used in the "To" field in email marketing.
SELECT first_name || ' ' || last_name || ' ' || email FROM patrons AS "to_field";
Steven Parker211,156 Points
I see two issues at first glance:
- the alias must immediately follow the concatenated field (before the FROM clause)
- the email address needs to be surrounded in <> characters (as part of the concatenated literals)