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    <-- Chapter 17: SQL ORDER BY

    Chapter 18

    SQL INSERT


    INSERT INTO is the SQL Statement used to insert data in database table in the form of rows and columns.

    Lets see an example from the below table "employees" :-


    employee_id name code designation salary
    101 ABC E-101 Engineer 12000
    102 DEF E-102 Doctor 8000
    103 GHI E-103 Software Developer 8000
    104 JKL E-104 CEO 12000
    105 MNO E-105 Software Developer 100000

    INSERT INTO SQL Statement Syntax :- INSERT INTO statement can be written in two ways :-


    1.
    INSERT INTO tablename
    VALUES (value1, value2, value3,...);
    

    2.
    INSERT INTO tablename (column1, column2, column3,...)
    VALUES (value1, value2, value3,...);
    

    INSERT INTO statement example :-


    INSERT INTO `employees` (employee_id, name, code, designation, salary)
    VALUES (106,'PQR','E-106','Photographer',30000);
    

    Now Run this Query, we will see the output below :-


    employee_id name code designation salary
    101 ABC E-101 Engineer 12000
    102 DEF E-102 Doctor 8000
    103 GHI E-103 Software Developer 8000
    104 JKL E-104 CEO 12000
    105 MNO E-105 Software Developer 100000
    106 PQR E-106 Photographer 30000

    We can see here, One new record is inserted in employee table.


    Chapter 19: SQL UPDATE -->

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