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This keeps throwing an error SELECT first_name, last_name FROM users WHERE username = "wig-lady";

This keeps throwing an error but the syntax is correct

May You can insert your code to be easier to help.

Ben Glazier
Ben Glazier
7,741 Points

If you can include a snippet of your code, that'll help us narrow it down for you. Symantically it looks correct but from memory (and mine isn't that flash), wasn't the user name "wig_lady"?

Anywho a snippet would be cool :)

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,608 Points

You just have a typo.

As Ben suggested, you wrote ""wig-lady" (with a hyphen) instead of "wig_lady" (with an underscore).

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