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Development Tools Database Foundations Joining Relational Data Between Tables in SQL Joining Tables and Aliasing

Joining 2 tables ...

SELECT movies.title , genres.name FROM movies INNER JOIN genres ON movies genre_id=genres,id ;
FAIL ...

2 Answers

Vedran Brnjetić
Vedran Brnjetić
6,004 Points

Oh, right, sorry, you're also missing a dot between movies and genre_id

so:

SELECT movies.title , genres.name FROM movies INNER JOIN genres ON movies.genre_id=genres.id ;

Vedran Brnjetić
Vedran Brnjetić
6,004 Points

happens in debugging, you find the first error you see and think it is solely responsible for all your problems. :D

Thank mate :D , I'll keep what you said in mind :)

Vedran Brnjetić
Vedran Brnjetić
6,004 Points

Yeah, no problem. Have fun with the rest of the course.

Vedran Brnjetić
Vedran Brnjetić
6,004 Points

You have a comma instead of a dot at genre_id=genres,id

FAIL ...