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What's the correct code for this?

I need to use angled brackets and cannot figure out how to.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,232 Points

Angled brackets are the same as less-than ("<") and greater-than (">").

On an American standard keyboard, they are located on the same keys as comma (",") and period ("."). You get them by holding down the shift key when you hit either of those keys.

If you're using a keyboard for another country or language, you might find these in a different place.

Also, if your question is not about finding these characters, but about using them, please show the code you've written and provide a link the course page you are working with.

Thank you for your response, you essentially answered my question but I should've been more clear. :) The sql lesson is saying that I need to put angled brackets in my code. I know where they are on the keyboard but I don't know how to write the string of code to complete it. I keep getting an error and I don't know why. I need the correct string of code. I'm not sure if this gave an example of what the question was and the code I wrote?

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,232 Points

Could you provide a link to the course page, and show the code you're currently trying?