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The CREATE statement builds an empty table to hold rows.
 
The CREATE statement builds an empty table to hold rows.
 
In this example the column yr is the PRIMARY KEY:  
 
In this example the column yr is the PRIMARY KEY:  
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CREATE TABLE games
 
(yr  INT NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY
 
,city VARCHAR(20)
 
);
 
INSERT INTO games(yr,city) VALUES (2004,'Athens');
 
INSERT INTO games(yr,city) VALUES (2008,'Beijing');
 
SELECT * FROM games;
 
</source>
 
 
<source lang='sql' class='def'>
 
<source lang='sql' class='def'>
 
CREATE TABLE games
 
CREATE TABLE games

Revision as of 09:19, 7 March 2014

CREATE TABLE

The table games shows the year and the city hosting the Olympic Games.

games
yrcity
2004Athens
2008Beijing
schema:scott
 DROP TABLE games

The CREATE statement builds an empty table to hold rows. In this example the column yr is the PRIMARY KEY:

CREATE TABLE games
(yr   INT NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY
,city VARCHAR(20)
);
INSERT INTO games(yr,city) VALUES (2004,'Athens');
INSERT INTO games(yr,city) VALUES (2008,'Beijing');
SELECT * FROM games;

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