Sample Statements

You now know the mechanics of constructing INSERT queries. Let’s look at a set of samples, all of which request that one or more rows be added to a table. These examples come from four of the sample databases.

We’ve also included a view of the data that the sample INSERT statement should add to the target table and a count of the number of rows that should be added. The name that appears immediately before the count of rows inserted is the name we gave each query in the sample data on the companion CD you’ll find bound into the back of the book. We stored each query in the appropriate sample database (as indicated within the example) and prefixed the names of the queries relevant to this chapter with “CH16.” You can follow ...

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