SQL SELECT statement is used to fetch the data from a database table that returns this data in the form of a result table. SELECT is used to fetch records.
SQL SELECT statement is used to fetch the data from a database table that returns this data in the form of a result table. SELECT is used in SQL to fetch records from database tables, and you can do a lot many things using Select.
The Select command in SQL is one of the most powerful and heavily used commands. This is I guess the first command anyone learns in SQL even before CREATE which is used to create a table in SQL.
For example, you can select all records; you can choose few records based on the condition specified in WHERE clause, select all columns using the wild card (*) or only selecting a few columns by explicitly declaring them in a query.
The SQL SELECT syntax is the following.
SELECT column-names FROM table-name
Here, column-names are the field names of the table you want to select data from. If you’re going to select all the fields available in the table, use the following syntax.
SELECT * FROM table_name;
Here are some of the fundamental examples of SQL SELECT Query Statements.
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