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Python Using Databases in Python Gettin' CRUD-y With It CRUD: Search Function

Daniel Dsouza
Daniel Dsouza
703 Points

Create a function named search_challenges that takes two arguments, name and language. Return all Challenges where the n

I think I have done the right thing, but I still get it wrong.

from models import Challenge

def create_challenge(name, language, steps=1):

def search_challenges(name,language):
    chal = Challenge.select()

    ans = chal.where((Challenge.name==name),(Challenge.language==language))
    return ans

1 Answer

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Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 56,488 Points

Hi Daniel,

In your Where clause you have Challenge.name == name, instead of Challenge.name.contains(name). The code challenge asks you to check if name contains name.

Like this:

def search_challenges(name,language):
    chal = Challenge.select()

    ans = chal.where((Challenge.name.contains(name)),(Challenge.language==language))
    return ans

I hope that helps you