So update it, then update it back?
SET City = 'B'
WHERE City = 'A';
SET City = 'A'
WHERE City = 'B';
You can't do it in one statement, because updating a column to one value and then updating it to another require two statements. Though you could just have a single statement that does nothing and it'll have the same effect.
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