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Amy Hsieh6,023 Points
To generate a count of certain column. I can't see what's wrong with my SQL code
My god. It's a simple question but I just can't see what's wrong with it.
Challenge: In the library database, how many books are with the genre of "Science Fiction"? Alias the result as scifi_book_count. The books table has the columns id, title, author, genre and first_published.
ANS: SELECT COUNT(*) FROM books WHERE genre="Science Fiction" AS "scifi_book_count";
Your alias should come right after what you are aliasing, like this
SELECT COUNT(*) AS "scifi_book_count" FROM books WHERE genre="Science Fiction" ;