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Databases SQL Basics Finding the Data You Want Filtering by Dates

don't know what's wrong wiz my code

why I entered SELECT * FROM results WHERE away_team="Hessle" AND played_on >= "2015-10-1" , it tells me that I missed the date 2015-10-1

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,582 Points

If you look carefully at the response message that you get:
ā€ƒ Bummer: You're missing the date of the 1st October 2015 ("2015-10-01") :point_left:

You'll notice the date includes "01" and not just "1" at the end. The width of the date components is important for them to be properly recognized.

So just add the "0" and you'll pass.