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Python Using Databases in Python Gettin' CRUD-y With It CRUD: Search Function

Ronit Mankad
Ronit Mankad
12,166 Points

Help with where syntax

Please tell me the correct answer

from models import Challenge

def create_challenge(name, language, steps=1):

def search_challenges(c_name, c_language):
    challenges = Challenge.select()
    challenges = challenge.where(Challenge.name.contains(c_name) and Challenge.language.contains(c_language)):
    return challenges

1 Answer

João Elvas
João Elvas
5,400 Points

Just use both criteria on the where

challenges = challenge.where(Challenge.name.contains(c_name), Challenge.language.contains(c_language))

(btw, it will probably not pass as the challenge says you need to use the ==, use something like Challenge.language==language)

Good luck!