FAQ: Date, Number, and String Functions - Dates III


#1

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SQL: Table Transformation

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#2

Hello, i’m currently working on my SQL skills, and came across this exercise (dates II)

My solution gave an error, but i don’t see that much of a difference between my solution and the given answer?

My solution:
select count(*) as count_baked_goods
, date(delivery_time)
from baked_goods
group by date(delivery_time)
;

The given answer:
SELECT DATE(delivery_time), count(*) as count_baked_goods
FROM baked_goods
GROUP BY DATE(delivery_time);

both gave the same output btw.