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Databases

SELECT first_name,last_name FROM users Where username= "Wig_lady";

In our e-commerce database we have a users table with the columns id, username, password, first_name and last_name.

Write a SQL query that retrieves the first and last names only where the username is equal to "wig_lady".

This query is not working, any help would be appreciated

4 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,980 Points

:information_source: The database string comparison is case-sensitive.

:point_right: Try matching the case in your query with what is asked for in the challenge.

oh got it. Thanks !

SELECT first_name, last_name FROM users WHERE username = "wig_lady";

select first_name, last_name from users where username = "wig_lady";

SELECT first_name, last_name FROM users WHERE username = "wig_lady";