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Databases SQL Basics Finding the Data You Want Filtering on More than One Condition

Help with multiple conditions

This seems very simple, the error says that I do not have the > than symbol when it is there. I know I am missing something extremely small but haven't been able to find it.


Can you post your SQL?

SELECT * FROM results WHERE "away_team" and "away_score>= 18"

The question wanted all from away_team and scored that were above 18. The = sign is in there because the first error said it was missing.

1 Answer

You're kind of close. The task wants you to select records where the away team is Hessle and the score is greater than 18.

SELECT * FROM results WHERE away_team = "Hessle" AND away_score > 18;

All in the detail... I knew I was doing something simple.. Thank you for your help.