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Databases

Using the "users" table. Select the "email" column as all lower case and alias it as "lower_email"

Know this is simple and I'm just tired just trying to finish this up before I turn in for the night...can I get some help??

1 Answer

cm21
cm21
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Hi Matthew,

Assuming that this is the objective:

https://teamtreehouse.com/library/database-foundations/sql-calculating-aggregating-and-other-functions/string-functions-2

  • You'll want to use the LOWER function, so that the data from the email column appears lower cased in the results returned.

  • To alias the column (to rename the column, though only for the results returned), you'll need to use the AS keyword.

SELECT LOWER(email) AS "lower_email" FROM users;

Hope this helps!

Thank you CJ