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Databases

I want to concatenate street, city, state, zip and country as Street, City, State ZIp. Country alias it to "address"

SELECT street || "," || city || state || "," || " " || zip || "." || " " || country AS "address";

1 Answer

The format specified in the challenge is:

Street, City, State Zip. Country

Some hints:

  • Double check your commas and spaces. You are missing a comma space between city and state.
  • There shouldn't be a comma between state and zip
  • Rather than concatenate a comma then a space you combine them. ", "
  • You haven't specified the table you are selecting your records from