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Databases SQL Reporting by Example Day 1: Joining Tables Day 1: Review

Olutope Ayorinde
Olutope Ayorinde
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highest employee salary challenge

Similarly to my last question, are we supposed to write the entire query there because I guess the query I would write would not end in that fashion.

1 Answer

You don't need to write out the entire query in the space provided. It is a fill in the blank type question

select __ from employees

the max() statement is what you would use to find the highest value of a column and you would enter the column in between the parentheses