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DATABASES THIS IS THE CODE THAT NEEDED TO BE FILLED Return only students whose last name ends in 'x':
SELECT * FROM STUDENTS WHERE LAST_NAME ..........;
N I FILLED IT WITH "LIKE '%X%' " AND X% BUT STILL NO LUCK
You're close - it's the one you haven't tried yet. To get names that end in 'x', you want
The % is where the rest of the text goes, so if you're looking for things that end a certain way you want the % first.
One other problem I noticed is that the opening and closing quotes from an iPad are not being recognized, therefore consider using other gadgets or copying the quotes on another text