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Databases SQL Basics Finding the Data You Want Filtering on More than One Condition

Cosmin Iuga
Cosmin Iuga
2,352 Points

I'm not able to answer this question.

My answer is this:

SELECT * FROM results WHERE id = "Hessle" AND away_score >18;

5 Answers

Cosmin Iuga
Cosmin Iuga
2,352 Points

SELECT * FROM results WHERE id = "Hessle" AND away_score >18;

Sherry Umlah
Sherry Umlah
6,571 Points

Howdy! This is another instance where "Hessle" is the value for the away_team :) Your SQL is looking good!

Tommy Gebru
Tommy Gebru
30,152 Points

Very close Cosmin, sometimes you have to read the instructions out loud :sound: because its pretty easy to overlook a key area - otherwise your code looks good.

Also be sure to use markdown syntax when explaining your code next time for quicker responses! :smile: