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SQL Basics


Great! Now, instead of all the information, we'd like to only show selected columns. How do we do that? Take a look:

SELECT full_name, department
FROM employee;

The query above only shows columns full_name and department for all rows from the employee table. The other columns (id, level, is_full_time) won't be shown.


Now, select the name and city columns from the hotel table.

Stuck? Here's a hint!


SELECT name, city
FROM hotel;