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Data Analysis

Francisco Canizalez
Francisco Canizalez
610 Points

It keeps saying I did not select all columns and I did select all columns.

SELECT id, name, description, price FROM products WHERE price IN (7.99, 9.99, 11.99);

Francisco Canizalez
Francisco Canizalez
610 Points

We have an e-commerce database. Inside the products table we have the columns of id, name, description and price.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
220,634 Points

To facilitate the most accurate answers, always provide a link to the course page along with your code. Without it, it's a bit of a guess but I think Regena's suggestion might be on target.

Unless the challenge specifically asks for the output to be limited to certain columns, it generally expects you to use "SELECT *" to begin your query.