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Databases

Juner Pagal
Juner Pagal
11,968 Points

MySQL Database CONCAT code challenge

I am stuck with this challenge 2 of 3 task. Link provided below. Kindly help me solving this challenge so i can proceed the next stage of this course. Thanks.

SELECT CONCAT(first_name . " (". username .")" ) AS display_name FROM users;

https://teamtreehouse.com/library/database-foundations/sql-calculating-aggregating-and-other-functions/string-functions-2

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
221,297 Points

:point_right: The arguments to CONCAT should be separated by commas (,) not periods (.)

Juner Pagal
Juner Pagal
11,968 Points

Thanks Steven, now it works. The correct answer was SELECT CONCAT(first_name , " (", username ,")" ) AS display_name FROM users;