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How to select all row with missing values?

Following is my code, I believe there is a better way.

SELECT * FROM movies WHERE id IS NULL OR title IS NULL OR year_released IS NULL OR genre IS NULL;

Thanks for helping out!

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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A primary key cannot be null, so you can skip testing the "id" field.

Other than that, I think you've got it! :+1:

But didn't that database also have a "rating" field? Perhaps I'm thinking of a different exercise. In future questions, please always include a link to the course page you are working with.

Thanks for letting me know! Will include course page from now haha.

In this exercise, the rating field is in the review table.

Thank you!