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Alexander Salako
Alexander Salako
360 Points

Find all users 2

SELECT id, home_team, home_score, away_team, away_score, played_on FROM results WHERE "Hessle" = away_team AND played_on = "2015-10-01" OR "Hessle" = away_team AND played_on > "2015-10-01";

id home_team home_score away_team away_score played_on 4 Mosborough 6 Hessle 18 2015-10-10

returns that I should find all users dispute entering all relevant columns

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
225,726 Points

Instead of entering columns by name, try the "*" shorthand to represent "all columns".

Also, you can simplify the WHERE clause by using the ">=" operator to test for "on or after" a specific date.