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Databases Reporting with SQL Working with Text Replacing Strings

replacing strings of text task 1

I dont know how I am wrong with this

SELECT email AS "obfuscated_email" FROM customers WHERE REPLACE(email, "@", "<at>");

it still says bummer: try again. No real help at all.

1 Answer

Hi Sachin,

First, I don't believe that you need a WHERE statement since you aren't looking for any specific conditions to be met.

Second, the REPLACE statement doesn't go at the end. You use it where you are using email. You don't actually need to have email at the beginning since it is in your REPLACE statement.

Hope that helps and good luck!

Thanks so much Bramyn. This helped a lot!