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Databases Modifying Data with SQL Adding Data to a Database Adding Data With SQL

i do not understand when it says there are only 3 entries in this syntax for entering a new product.

here is my syntax:

INSERT IN products (id, name, description, price) VALUES (NULL, "Product01", "testing", "3.99");

what am i missing to get 4 entries?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,654 Points

The table has 3 entries to start with. When your query is successful, it will have 4.

Instead of "INSERT IN", the statement should begin with "INSERT INTO".