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In the process of learning a new computer language, writing erroneous statements is part of the learning experience. However, some errors persist throughout the query writing process and are never corrected. Structured Query Language (SQL) consists of a number of different concepts such as expressions, joins, grouping and ordering, all of which by nature invite different possible errors in the query writing process. Furthermore, some of these errors are relatively easy for a student to fix whendoi:10.1145/3287324.3287359 dblp:conf/sigcse/TaipalusP19 fatcat:ze2lmpo66jgoxdhn6pl37b4pvy