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Brian Bush
Brian Bush
4,398 Points

I am a little confused

We have a 'movies' table with a 'title' and 'genre_id' column and a 'genres' table has an 'id' and 'name' column. Use an INNER JOIN to join the 'movies' and 'genres' tables together only selecting the movie 'title' first and the genre 'name' second.

SELECT movies.title, genres.name FROM movies INNER JOIN genres;

and this is what It says: Bummer! You're not retrieving the movie 'title' first and the genre 'name' second. Use an INNER JOIN.

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Brian Bush
Brian Bush
4,398 Points

Never mind, found it needed the condition statement at the end

WHERE movies.genres_id = genres.id;