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Help with MySql SELECT statement: SELECT lname, fname

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Help with MySql SELECT statement: SELECT lname, fname

SELECT lname "," fname as 'STUDEN NAME'
FROM intenrollment
WHERE confirm = 'Y' and policyno='2008

I want the name to look like this: Anderson, Tom
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Question by:Willy3g
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SELECT CONCAT(lname,', ',fname) FROM intenrollment
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by:BALMUKUND KESHAV
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You are missing , in your query, try this :

SELECT trim(lname), ",",trim(fname) as 'STUDEN NAME'
FROM intenrollment
WHERE confirm = 'Y' and policyno='2008'

Bm keshav

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by:Sudaraka Wijesinghe
ID: 24822462
I would do it using concat also. but watch out if either lname or fname is null, the whole thing will come out as null
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