Database - Introduction to SQL - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Introduction to SQL - General Questions (Q.No. 1)
You can add a row using SQL in a database with which of the following?
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MURALI CHAVADI said:   4 years ago
insert into TABLENAME into VALUES(col1,col2,....);

DKSIVA said:   5 years ago
insert into T.N values(1,2,3,4,5,....etc)

Saikiran said:   6 years ago
"How to insert values into a table"?

Ajin_k said:   7 years ago
Queries explanation:

1] ADD : It is used to add the column in already created table using alter keyword.
ex. alter table table_name ADD (column_name data_type(size));

2] CREATE: it is used to create the new table .
ex. CREATE table table_name (column_name data_type(size) );

3] INSERT: it is used to insert the row values into the already created table.
ex. INSERT into table_name values (1 ,'XYZ', ....)
or INSERT into table_name values(&column1, '&column2()',.....);

Kanimozhi said:   8 years ago
INSERT is for putting in a fresh record to a table.

Vramakrishna said:   8 years ago
Insert into <table_name>[(column names)] values(value1,value2,....); .

Suchithra said:   8 years ago
You can add a row using INSERT keyword.

Mk kashyap said:   8 years ago
INSERT is only keyword to add a row in database/table.

Haddad said:   8 years ago
The "insert" is the only keyword to add rows into table

insert into ( table_name ) values ( 'value1' , 'value2' , ...);

If the value is number don't put the quotes .

Sacdiyo Nuur Maxamuud said:   8 years ago
You can add a row using INSERT keyword.

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