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Databases SQL Basics Finding the Data You Want Searching Tables with 'WHERE'

Hello. I got stuck with this database challenge. Could someone provide me the correct query?


From the users table, find all the username fields with the last_name of "Chalkley". Only return the usernames.

My answer:

SELECT username FROM users WHERE last_name = Chalkley

2 Answers

You forgot to wrap Chalkley with " "

SELECT username FROM users WHERE last_name = "Chalkley";

Thank you so much!