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Updating multiple columns in a table

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These exercises allow you to try out your skills with the UPDATE statement.

You will be given questions that you need to solve.

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If you update values in multiple columns, you use a comma (,) to separate each pair of column and value.

The columns that are not on the list retain their original values.

Get your columns` names into rows in excel sheet (write down at the end of each column name (=) which is easy in notepad ) on the right side make a column to copy and paste your value that will correspond to the new entries at each column.

Then on the right of them in an independent column put the commas as designed Then you will have to copy your values into the middle column each time then just paste then and run I do not know an easier solution update T1 set T1.

The WHERE clause specifies which record(s) that should be updated.


 
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