FAQ: Code Challenge: Queries - The End

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when using like there is no case sensetivity problem but when we compare text by equating we get a case sensetivity problem? is this happening with me only or did anyone else also encounter this?.This is in reference to writing queries in sql.

Did I do something wrong with this code? I was just fiddling around, and wanted to practice:

SELECT *
FROM nomnom
WHERE name LIKE ‘%BBQ%’

(no results)

Then I start doing a few of the questions, like top 5 restaurants in nomnom, my code for that was:
SELECT *

FROM nomnom

ORDER BY review DESC;

(Then when you check the results it shows a ‘Jongro BBQ’, is this a bug or glitch? in reference to my previous code)

Did you include the semicolon ( ; ) at the end of the first statement?

My code for the top 5 restaurants was similar to yours. I included a limit clause.

SELECT * FROM nomnom
ORDER BY review DESC
LIMIT 5;