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Databases

SQL Basics Challenge Task

We're back in the sports team database. There's a results table with the columns id, home_team, home_score, away_team, away_score and played_on . Find all the matches in the results table where "Hessle" was playing away as the away team and their score was above 18 points. Type in your command below.

When i try to submit the code it throws an error that reads - Did you select from the 'results' table?

Thanks in advance

3 Answers

Sagar Suri
Sagar Suri
6,043 Points

there is nothing called "Hessel"...its your typo.check it carefully.

WOW! I Cant believe that was over looked. However, I knew it was user error. Thank you Sagar!

Sagar Suri
Sagar Suri
6,043 Points

Add your query as well. So that I can rectify the error. My Query will be like this:

SELECT * FROM results WHERE away_team="Hessle" AND away_score>18;

Sorry about that this is my first post. I had checked the checkbox that said include my code so i thought that it had done it on its own.

'''SQL <p>SELECT * FROM results WHERE away_team = "Hessel" AND away_score > 18;</p> '''

Sagar Suri
Sagar Suri
6,043 Points

Anytime :-) Happy Coding!