IT: Insert into Statements in SQL

So what is the benefit of SQL, also known as Oracle? Well you can keep track of your customers records easily for one thing. Second, it is secure, so no one, unless you give them permission, will access this information. Below you will see one of the basics of SQL.

Insert into Statements in SQL:

Insert into CUSTOMER Values

(1, ‘Harry, T’, 2002);

(2, ‘Sally, P’, 1992);

(3, ‘Lio, L’, 1998);

(4, ‘Patel, P’, 2001);

(5, ‘Roner, K’, 1978);

(6, ‘Jackson, O’, 2002);

(7, ‘Long, P’, 2001);

(8, ‘Smith, G’, 1992);

(9, ‘Harry, L’, 2002);

(10, ‘Paner, K’, 1978);

(11, ‘Dan, U’, 2010);

(12, ‘Patel, M’, 2001);

(13, ‘Roninon, K’, 1995);

(14, ‘Megan, J’, 1990);

You can insert all info all at once without multiple insert statements. Type all data into wordpad like shown above, and then copy and paste into SQL.

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