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Databases Reporting with SQL Working with Text Concatenating Text

Stuck on challenge 2 I have this so far

Just a bit confused with using concatenation SELECT street || ", " || city || ", " || state || " "|| zip || ". " || country AS address;

1 Answer

The concatenation is correct, you only forgot to add the FROM addresses; clause.

For future reference, remember that SQL distuingishes between single and double quotes. In this case, you should be using single quote. Read more.