Marcus Yang4,613 Points
I don't know what's wrong with my SQL statement. Pls help!
In the library database there's a patrons table listing all the users of the library. The columns are id, first_name, last_name, address, email, library_id and zip_code.
Generate a list of strings that are in the following format: Andrew Chalkley firstname.lastname@example.org. Concatenate the first name, last name and email address for all users.
Alias it to to_field. This will be used in the "To" field in email marketing.
SELECT first_name || " " || last_name || " " || email AS "To_field" FROM patrons;
You’re close. Try:
select (first_name || ' ' || last_name || ' <' || email || '>') as to_field from patrons
Tommy Gebru30,148 Points
This one stumped me a few times as well Marcus
I went ahead and formatted it be easier to read
SELECT first_name || " " || last_name || " " || "<" || email || ">" AS to_field FROM patrons;
Also Luke is right in using parentheses, much cleaner to group the concatenated parameters