How to insert the values to mysql database?

by aniya.jaskolski , in category: MySQL , 2 months ago

How to insert the values to mysql database?

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by dedrick , 2 months ago

@aniya.jaskolski 

To insert values into a MySQL database, you can use the SQL INSERT INTO statement. Here's an example syntax:

  1. Connect to the MySQL database using a programming language or MySQL command prompt.
  2. Select the database you want to work with, for example: USE database_name;
  3. Use the INSERT INTO statement to insert values into a specific table: INSERT INTO table_name (column1, column2, column3, ...) VALUES (value1, value2, value3, ...); Replace table_name with the name of your table, and column1, column2, ... with the specific columns you want to insert values into. The values in value1, value2,... should be the actual values you want to insert corresponding to the respective columns. Example: INSERT INTO users (name, email, age) VALUES ('John Doe', '[email protected]', 25); In this example, assuming you have a table called "users" with columns "name", "email", and "age", it will insert the values 'John Doe', '[email protected]', and 25 into those respective columns.
  4. Execute the SQL query and check if the insertion was successful.


Remember to handle SQL injection properly by using parameterized queries or prepared statements if you are accepting input from users or external sources.