The standard SQL statement for table creation looks like this:
CREATE TABLE table_name ( column1_name data_type(size), column2_name data_type(size), column3_name data_type(size), ....);
Here, table_name and column_name have to be alphanumeric and unique (inside the schema) identifiers. The limitations for the names and possible data types are database-specific. For example, Oracle allows the table name to have 128 characters, while in PostgreSQL, the max length of the table name and column name is 63 characters. There are differences in the data types too, so read the database documentation.