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Select with where condition

Hello - https://teamtreehouse.com/library/sql-basics/finding-the-data-you-want/searching-within-a-range-of-values-2

The error message says: BUMMER: You didn't select all the columns.

select id, name, description, price from products where price >= 10.99 and price <= 12.99;

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
221,279 Points

Your column list is correct, but when the challenge asks for "all columns" , or when it doesn't specify columns, it expects you to use the "*" operator.

Your WHILE clause is also correct, but this task expects you to write it using the BETWEEN keyword.

That worked! Thanks!