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mysql beginner tutorial – Deleting entries from tables

mysql beginner tutorial - Deleting entries from tables

The SQL delete statement requires the table name and optional conditions.

DELETE from table_name [WHERE conditions];

NOTE: If you don’t specify any conditions ALL THE DATA IN THE TABLE WILL BE DELETED!!!

One of the Multimedia specialists ‘Hasan Rajabi’ (employee id 10) leaves the company. We’ll delete his entry.

DELETE from employee_data    
WHERE emp_id = 10;

Query OK, 1 row affected (0.00 sec)

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