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Databases Modifying Data with SQL Deleting Data From a Database Deleting Data With SQL

Im having difficulties answering the 3rd challenge task if you can please help me, i tried all statement but its wrong!

I tried to add the LIKE condition but its still not working

2 Answers

In this case you wouldn't use LIKE. That is for pattern matching. You have values for two conditions so use AND in your WHERE clause:

DELETE FROM phone_book WHERE first_name = 'Jonathan' AND last_name = 'Luna'

Yhhh the code works! instead of the AND condition i put a comma! Thanks for your help!