FAQ: Code Challenge: Aggregate Functions - Code Challenge 7


#1

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#2

for the lats several exercises I have written the code, but am given an error. I don’t know what I did wrong, Can’t figure it out, I look at the hint and even after making it look just like the code it doesn’t work, It isn’t until copy a pasting the code from the hint that it compiles,

Can someone tell me what I did wrong here?


#3

Very curious! I don’t see where there is an error… What is interesting is the SQL error in bottom right corner… I just ran exact code and had no issue.


#4

Hello,

Why can’t we use HAVING status = ‘paid’ under the GROUP BY statement instead of using the WHERE statement?


#5

I have the similar situation with this ex. and with the previous one too. Have you find a solution?


#6

I had the same problem, my code was the same as what was suggested in the hint, and it did not work.