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Databases

It says I have the arguments the other way around

Don't understand what is wrong with my code...

SELECT title, STFRTIME("%m/%y",order_released) AS .... FROM....

It says I have the arguments the other way around...

Anjali Pasupathy
Anjali Pasupathy
28,883 Points

Could you post a link to the video or challenge to which this question pertains? Normally there are tags that indicate this, but there aren't any in this case. Seeing the context in which you're asking your question would be very helpful to those who wish to answer it.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,232 Points

It looks like the function name, not the arguments, is the "other way around".

:point_right: I think the function you want is STRFTIME (not STFRTIME).

Otherwise, maybe they wanted the formatted date before the title? What did the challenge ask for?