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Databases SQL Basics Finding the Data You Want Filtering by Comparing Values

Richard Sun
Richard Sun
11,257 Points

What is wrong with this query?

"SELECT * FROM results WHERE home_score < 10" Error: Bummer: Did you select from the results table?

I'm pretty sure this code is right, perhaps there's an error in the variable names?

Thanks for any help

Edit: Code and error

Hi Richard, I don't see the code you're referring to. Could you please post it again?

Richard Sun
Richard Sun
11,257 Points

Antonio Pala I've added the code. Thanks!

1 Answer

Hi Richard, it appears that your only mistake is targeting the "home_score" column instead of the "away_score" column.

I hope this helps!

Richard Sun
Richard Sun
11,257 Points

Oh wow that's embarrassing. Thanks!