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Databases Reporting with SQL Aggregate and Numeric Functions Summing Values

Getting the Grand Total exercise

I tried using "HAVING" for this exercise and it said that I should use WHERE clause. So I tried this and gave the generic "there's something wrong with your SQL code" answer

SELECT SUM rating AS starman_total_ratings FROM reviews WHERE movie_id = 6; What'd I do wrong? Thanks

1 Answer

SUM() is a function. rating should be enclosed in parentheses