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Development Tools Database Foundations Reading Data from Databases with SQL Querying Tables

Eirin Joahna Pamela Gonzales
Eirin Joahna Pamela Gonzales
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Using WHERE keyword to select data

I wonder what is wrong with my answer.

The task is to select all movies from the year 2003. The name of the table is movies. And there are two columns, title and year.

My code is: SELECT * FROM movies WHERE year >= 2003;

2 Answers

If it's asking for the year 2003 specifically then just remove the greater than symbol.

 SELECT * FROM movies WHERE year = 2003;

Glad to help. I don't know much, but I know SQL.