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Babajide Kale
Babajide Kale
1,244 Points

SQL Statement, Database Fondations.

Write a SELECT statement that retrieves all "movies" with the "year" first and the "title" second.

My code is: SELECT movies.year, movies.title FROM movies;

and i get this response,

Bummer! You're not selecting year and title from movies correctly.

I'm almost positive that's the correct code but I could be wrong, someone help.

1 Answer

Paul Bentham
Paul Bentham
24,090 Points

This task was totally buggy for me, just type in:

SELECT year, title FROM movies;

And keep pressing submit, eventually it will say it's correct.