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On the other hand, if you don’t have a field name list, you must place the value of each non– auto_increment field in the same order as they appear in the table definition. Note that, in entering the values, you must enclose each of them in single quote marks ('John','Doe','125 Main Street'). UPDATE The command to update the database is similar to INSERT except that, rather than having a list of fields followed by a list of values, it uses SET D ATA B A S E B A S I C S 35 ='',='' to define the field/value pairs.

Patron_name). Otherwise, the system will get confused. 17 All tables involved in the join must be included in the tables list coming after the FROM keyword. All linking information must be contained in the section of the query after the WHERE keyword and each condition must be separated by AND. The condition used to select the records should be the last condition. TWO-TABLE JOINS In the following examples, we will use the tables in figure 2-8 to demonstrate how to search using a two-table join.

16. 1, this can be modified by changing the collation (sorting order) when creating the database. See chapter 3. 17. Although such an approach is not mandatory, doing so makes creating the functions used in the library presented in chapters 7 through 9 much easier to program. 18. To use record-level locking, you must use MySQL’s InnoDB file type. 19. Note that this is a good reason why one should use arbitrary—and therefore unchanging—primary keys. 20. org/wiki/Ingres. 21. Regular expressions are a set of advanced pattern-matching techniques that permit sophisticated searching and string manipulation functions.

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