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I'm a little stuck on the following am I missing something:

Create a table called "products" with a VARCHAR column named "name", a TEXT column named "description" and a INTEGER "stock_count" column. The name should be up to 100 characters long.

CREATE TABLE products ( name VARCHAR(100), description TINYTEXT, stock_count INTEGER );

2 Answers

Elizabeth Frazier
Elizabeth Frazier
10,187 Points

Your question says that "description" is type TEXT, but your query statement has it as TINYTEXT. Try it with TEXT, instead.

Thank you after I sent the post I got it.