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Databases SQL Reporting by Example Day 1: Joining Tables Day 1: Review

Olutope Ayorinde
Olutope Ayorinde
2,875 Points

returning 1 row per employee

I guess I just don't understand the question because I wouldn't add anything at that part of the query

2 Answers

Neil McPartlin
Neil McPartlin
14,662 Points

Hi Olutope. Given that the table is simply called EMPLOYEES, I can totally follow your logic. So how about we change the requirement slightly and say...

"Unfortunately, our EMPLOYEES table contains duplicates. What should be added to this query to only return 1 row per employee?"

Clue: The word begins with D...

Olutope Ayorinde
Olutope Ayorinde
2,875 Points

My apologies. I appreciate you giving that hint. I figured it out a couple days ago when I realized I was overthinking it of the entire query versus just adding DISTINCT. thank you again.