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Where should I use the equality sign?
where should I use the "=="
from models import Challenge def create_challenge(name, language, steps=1): Challenge.create(name=name, language=language, steps=steps) def search_challenges(name, language): Challenge.select().where(Challenge.content.contains(name,language))
Moaz Mansour4,594 Points
Hi Jun Ching,
In your database call statement you combined both conditions into one which the
You need to break this down into two separate conditions 1) the first is to check that the content contains the name and 2) the second is that the language equals to the argument you passed as language like this:
Challenge.select().where(Challenge.content.contains(name), Challenge.language == language)