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Katie Martens1,587 Points
Subquery using IN
These subquery lessons have me super confused. I've copied and pasted my code below, it keeps saying I can't use more than 1 column in my subquery....
SELECT ModelName FROM Model WHERE StickerPrice IN (SELECT StickerPrice FROM Car WHERE StickerPrice < '$30,000');
Steven Parker216,810 Points
Here's a few hints:
- the subquery can filter on StickerPrice, but it must SELECT a column that both tables have in common
- the outer query will then filter using the common column
- the StickerPrice will be a number, not a string