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<-- Chapter 23: SQL Wildcards
SQL Aliases are used to rename a particular table name or column name in a temporary manner. In a SQL statement , any table or column name can be temporary change.
SQL Syntax for Columns :-
SELECT columnname AS columnaliasname
SQL Syntax for Tables :-
FROM tablename AS tablealiasname;
Lets see an examples from the below table "employees" :-
Alias TABLE COLUMN SQL syntax :-
SELECT `name` AS [Employee Name], `designation` AS [Employee Designation]
Now run the above SQL query, we will see the output below :-
Now we can see here, columns "name" and "designation" are renamed temporary to Employee Name and Employee Designation.
Alias TABLE SQL syntax :-
FROM `employees` AS `emp`
Now we can see here, table name "employee" is renamed temporary to "emp" .
Chapter 25: SQL Joins -->
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