FAQ: Code Challenge: Queries - Code Challenge 6

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Could you have used WHERE health = ‘null’ instead of WHERE health IS ‘null’?
Why or why not?

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Apparently not. It’s the first thing I tried before hitting the hint. I’m assuming you can only use = for exact strings or integers and words like “LIKE” or “IS” for non-exact or empty variables.