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Introducing the MySQL INSERT statement

In the previous article in this series, I introduced you to the SELECT statement, one of several SQL statements that fall into the category of data manipulation language (DML), a subset of statements used to query and modify data. Another DML statement is the INSERT statement, which lets you add data to MySQL tables, both permanent and temporary. This article covers the INSERT statement and the different ways you can use it to add data.

2022-11-02

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