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SQL Syntax Error

For some odd reason, when I attempt to execute the below SQL statement, I get a syntax error select * from movies where year = 1999 AND title = "The Matrix"

Does not make sense because when I execute the below statement, I confirm that the movie title and year are correct select * from movies where title = "The Matrix"

Any ideas why the first statement is reporting an error? Thanks


2 Answers

You're missing a semicolon at the end of your statement. Other than that, I don't see anything wrong with what you did.

Thanks, Nick :-)