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Selecting Records Terminal MySql

Selecting Records Terminal MySql

To select record in terminal for mysql use this command. Change the value of table and take out the brackets. SELECT * FROM [table]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the Read More

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MySql Function for Date Time Input Terminal Commands

MySql Function For Date Time Input Terminal Commands

For date time input use this function. NOW() Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content. One Time Tip more tips $5 Tip $5.00 USD $10 Tip $10.00 USD $20 Tip Read More

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Add A Column MySql Terminal Command

Add A Column MySql Terminal Command

To add a column in terminal just enter this command. Change the values for customization. ALTER TABLE [table] ADD COLUMN [column] VARCHAR(120); To Add A column with a unique auto increment id use this. ALTER TABLE [table] ADD COLUMN [column] int NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Read More

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Insert A Record MySql Terminal Command

Insert A Record MySql Terminal Command

To insert a record use this command in terminal. Customize the values. INSERT INTO [table] ([column], [column]) VALUES (‘[value]’, [value]’); Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content. One Time Tip Read More

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Create A New Table With Column MySql Terminal Command

Create A New Table With Column MySql Terminal Command

To create a new table with columns use this command. CREATE TABLE [table] ([column] VARCHAR(120), [another-column] DATETIME); Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content. One Time Tip more tips $5 Read More

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List All Indexes On A Table MySql Terminal

List All Indexes On A Table MySql Terminal

To see all indexes on a table enter this code. show index from [table]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content. One Time Tip more tips $5 Tip $5.00 USD Read More

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Show Table Structure MySql Terminal Commands

Show Table Structure MySql Terminal Commands

To show the table structure in terminal use this code. describe [table]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content. One Time Tip more tips $5 Tip $5.00 USD $10 Tip Read More

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Show Tables MySql Terminal Commands

Show Tables MySql Terminal Commands

If you want to see the tables in the database use this command. show tables; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content. One Time Tip more tips $5 Tip $5.00 Read More

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Create A New Database Terminal Commands

Create A New Database Terminal Commands

If you want to create a new database in terminal enter the following command. create database [database]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content. One Time Tip more tips $5 Read More

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Determine What Database Is In Use MySql Terminal Commands

Determine What Database Is In Use MySql Terminal Commands

If you want to know what database that you are in you can use this terminal command. select database(); Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content. One Time Tip more Read More

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Select A Database Terminal Command

Select A Database Terminal Command

You can select a database to work with by entering the following command in terminal. use [database]; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content. One Time Tip more tips $5 Read More

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Access a Database MySql Terminal Command

Access a Database MySql Terminal Command

If you are not logged in as root you can access a database like this. You will be prompted for a password to that particular database. mysql -u [username] -p [database] Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help Read More

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Show all databases in MySql Terminal Command

Show all databases in MySql Terminal Command

In order to show all databases in your terminal enter the following code. show databases; Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please consider a tip for the content. One Time Tip more tips $5 Tip $5.00 USD Read More

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Access MySql Terminal Commands

Access MYSQL Terminal Commands

In order to access your the mysql part in your terminal you will enter something like this. Access monitor: mysql -u [username] -p; (will prompt for password) This will get you logged into the mysql part in your terminal. Complete Cheat Sheet https://gist.github.com/hofmannsven/9164408 Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed Read More

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