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  1. It worked when I did it today. Changed from INT to Varchar. But another thing. In the next lesson I was trying to insert an UPDATE-statement. But for some reason this will return: SQL query: Copy UPDATE people SET name = ”Jimmy the Frog” WHERE id = 3 MySQL said: #1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MariaDB server version for the right syntax to use near 'the Frog” WHERE id = 3' at line 2 I don't know why that happens but this is a screenshot of the options I had picked before I p
  2. Hi :) So I am doing the PHP and MySQL-course in the studioweb-course. And I am using Xampp on a Mac, so the fields in my SQL version does not look exactly like they do in the video. I am currently at the video "PHPMyAdmin and Basic MySQL: part 2". When I write in the value of " INSERT INTO people (name) VALUES ('Stefan’); " around 2.55 into the video, I get the message: " INSERT INTO people (name) VALUES ('Stefan’); #1366 - Incorrect integer value: 'Stefan' for column `DATABAS2`.`people`.`name` at row 1 ". Any idea on what that means and how to solve it? And w
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