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Databases

The prompt is telling me that I haven't selected all the columns.

But I have. The columns are id, name, description, price. My code reads: SELECT id, name, description, price FROM products WHERE price < 10.99;

I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.

1 Answer

Calin Bogdan
Calin Bogdan
14,921 Points

You should rather use 'SELECT * FROM [tablename]' instead of listing all the columns.

The * selects all columns automatically.

Hope it helped!