The semicolon is used by MySQL to separate or end commands. If you forget to enter it, MySQL will issue a prompt and wait for you to enter it. (In the answers in this section, I’ve left off the semicolon, because it looks strange in the text. But it must terminate every statement.)
To see the available databases, type
SHOW databases. To see tables within a
database that you are using, type
tables. (These commands are case-insensitive.)
To create this new user, use the
GRANT command like this:
GRANT PRIVILEGES ON newdatabase.* TO 'newuser' IDENTIFIED BY 'newpassword';
To view the structure of a table, type
The purpose of a MySQL index is to substantially decrease database access times by maintaining indexes of one or more key columns, which can then be quickly searched to locate rows within a table.
FULLTEXT index enables
natural language queries to find keywords, wherever they are in
FULLTEXT column(s), in much
the same way as using a search engine.
A stopword is a word that is so common that it is considered
not worth including in a
FULLTEXT index or using in searches.
However, it does participate in a search when it is part of a
larger string bounded by double quotes.
essentially affects only the display, choosing a single row and
eliminating all the duplicates.
BY does not eliminate rows, but combines all the rows that ...