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<-- Chapter 19: SQL UPDATE
DELETE statement is used to delete a particular data Rows from Database Table with the help of WHERE clause. Without WHERE clause all rows will be deleted.
Lets see an example from the below table "employees" :-
DELETE SQL Statement Syntax :-
DELETE FROM tablename
WHERE column = value;
UPDATE statement example :-
DELETE FROM `employees`
WHERE employee_id = 105;
Now Run this Query, we will see the output below :-
We can see here, Employee Id 105 is deleted.
Chapter 21: SQL INJECTION -->
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