FAQ: Multiple Tables - Introduction

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Is there a way to group the select statement rather than simply typing out select * from … 3 times? Something along the lines of select * from (table1, table2, table3) limit 5;?

I tried it but the checkbox doesn’t like it and I don’t know if it’s because my syntax is off (but still got results) or whether it is validating only against the statement it wants you to simply copy paste.

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Hello Codecademy Forum.

I was wondering if it is possible to give each table a header? I tried using the AS alias on “FROM table_foo” with no joy for my desired output.

Thanks if anybody can understand what I’m asking for.

Martin