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im not sure what im doing wrong with my code, can someone please tell me what im doing wrong
In an ecommerce database there's a addresses table. There is an id, nickname, street, city, state, zip, country and user_id columns.
Concatenate the street, city, state, zip and country in the following format. street, city, state zip. country e.g. 34 NE 12 st, Portland, OR 97129. USA
Alias the concatenated string as address
You are missing a few punctuations, and you have concatenated an extra unnecessary space at the end. Here's what the format should look like (with emphasis surrounded by asterisks): street*,* city*,* state zip*.* country
SELECT street || " " || city || " " || state || " " || zip || " " || country || " " || AS address FROM addresses
So the code should be: SELECT street, city, zip, country AS address FROM addresses;
Indhira Acevedo1,894 Points
i try and try and im stuck in the error.
my code is : SELECT street || ", " ||city|| ", " ||state|| " " ||zip|| '.' ||country as address from addresses;
and the message is this:Your query didn't retireve the addresses in the correct format. Expecting 2532 2nd ST, San Diego, California 90222. USA not 2532 2nd ST, San Diego, California 90222.USA.
I cant seem to get right how to separate 90222.USA to 90222. USA. Ive tried " " after and before ||country and nothing.