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Databases SQL Basics Getting Data from a Database Categorizing Your Output with 'AS'

The columns you selected were named Home Team, Home Score, Away team, Away Score, Date Played and not 'Home Team', 'Home

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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This is a task 4 in quiz: In this sports team database there's a results table with the columns of id, home_team, home_score, away_team, away_score and played_on. Alias "Home Team", "Home Score", "Away Team", "Away Score" and "Date Played" to the appropriate columns.

My guess is you used: SELECT home_team AS "Home Team", home_score AS "Home Score", away_team AS "Away Team", away_score AS "Away Score", played_on AS "Date Played" from results;

Error message on this one is not ideal, if you have a typo anywhere it shows you this instead of pointing you to a value where you have the issue. ( for instance, if your code was containing something like ...away_team AS "away Team" ... you would get this error, since quiz is only looking for exact case sensitive match in answer)