Summer self-study day 10 | database (II) – DML


DML – data in addition, deletion and modification table

  • Add data

    • insert into t_name(col1, col2, ..., colN) values(type1, type2, ... typeN);
  • Delete data

    • delete from t_name where [condition];
    • truncate table t_nameDelete all data as like as two peas and create a same blank table.
  • Modify data

    • update table t_table set name = '', id = 0 where [condition];

If you delete or modify without the where condition, all columns will be affected

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