STRFTIME() Bummer: You may have got your params the wrong way around.
What am I missing here?
Write a query that returns the title first and the month and year it was released alias as month_year_released. Dates should look like "04/1983" for April 1983.
SELECT title, STRFTIME("%m,%y", date_released) AS month_year_released FROM movies;
Steven Parker201,931 Points
That message might be a bit confusing, but the instructions say, 'Dates should look like "04/1983"'.
The template shown in the query above has a comma instead of a slash for a separator, and "%y" instead of "%Y" for the year token.
Steven, I removed the first "date_released". I'm not sure what you mean by "fix the template token for the year"
I tried this: SELECT title,STRFTIME("mm/yyyy", date_released) AS month_year_released FROM movies;
And got this: Bummer: Your query retrieve the dates in the correct format