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Databases

SQL BASICS

Challenge Task 2 of 4 In the users table we have columns of id, username, password, first_name and last_name. Select the username and the first and last names and alias them as "Username", "First Name" and "Last Name".

my Code: SELECT username AS first_name, last_name AS Username, First_Name, Last_Name FROM users;

Bummer! Was expecting 3 columns, not 4.

2 Answers

SELECT username AS "Username", first_name AS "First Name", last_name AS "Last Name" FROM users;
Tim Knight
Tim Knight
28,863 Points

I believe you'll actually want to use single quotes otherwise SQL will give you a syntax error.

Essa AlHousani This is the right way.

SELECT username AS "Username", first_name AS "First Name", last_name AS "Last Name" FROM users;

     Nice! You're doing great!