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Jose Testa998 Points
Selecting a column so that all the rows would appear between <> operators.
How do I select the column called email from the table called patrons so that all the email would appear between the <> operators. Example: email@example.com.
The email column is to be concatenated with first and last mame columns, and the emails are to show in the format of the example above.
Jason Larson5,485 Points
To add in extra strings to your concatenation, just enclose them with double quotes, like so: select first_name || " " || last_name || " <" || email || ">" as to_field from patrons;
Steven Parker210,424 Points
You're probably using concatenation already for this challenge, so you can easily concatenate fixed strings along with the other data. For example, if you were just displaying the email alone, you might do this:
SELECT '<' || email || '>' FROM patrons
You might want to remove the link from your example email address so bots don't find it and spam it.