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GROUP OF ROWS SQL
SQL is driving me crazy today. I am just missing something. Please help
**challenge*In the library database there's a books table. There are id, title, author, genre and first_published columns.
Write a query to count all the unique genres in the books table. Alias it as total_genres.
Type in your command below, then press Ctrl-Enter.
Bummer: There's something wrong with your SQL statement. Please review your code and try again. genre,
SELECT genre, COUNT (DISTINCT genres) AS "total_genres" FROM books;
- You should select just the count, not the genre too.
COUNT (DISTINCT genres)should just be