• September 29, 2014
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SQL DELETE from table

The DELETE statement is used to delete or remove all the rows from the table.

Syntax: DELETE FROM tableName;

Example:

DELETE FROM EMPLOYEE;

Output:

3 row(s) deleted.

The DELETE statement with where condition is used to delete or remove the specific rows from the table.

Syntax: DELETE FROM tableName [WHERE condition];

Example:

DELETE FROM EMPLOYEE WHERE EMP_ID = 5;

output:

1 row(s) deleted.

 
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