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Databases Modifying Data with SQL Deleting Data From a Database Deleting Data With SQL

Modifying data with SQL

I understand the code is DELETE FROM .....table.... WHERE ...condition....

I am not getting the answer correct I have to delete rows that have products priced 11 or more so I wrote it as such: DELETE FROM products WHERE price = !>11;

The columns are id, name, description, price Could someone explain where i am going wrong please

1 Answer

DELETE FROM products WHERE price >=11;

Ah I see thank you