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Column alias with underscore
      
mysql>
mysql> CREATE   TABLE TEAMS
    ->         (TEAMNO         INTEGER      NOT NULL,
    ->          EmployeeNO       INTEGER      NOT NULL,
    ->          DIVISION       CHAR(6)      NOT NULL,
    ->          PRIMARY KEY    (TEAMNO)             );
mysql>
mysql>
mysql> INSERT INTO TEAMS VALUES (1,  6'first');
mysql> INSERT INTO TEAMS VALUES (227'second');
mysql>
mysql> SELECT   TEAMNO AS TEAM_NUMBER, DIVISION AS DIVISION_OF_TEAM
    -> FROM     TEAMS;
+-------------+------------------+
| TEAM_NUMBER | DIVISION_OF_TEAM |
+-------------+------------------+
|           | first            |
|           | second           |
+-------------+------------------+
rows in set (0.00 sec)

mysql>
mysql> drop table teams;
Query OK, rows affected (0.01 sec)

   
    
    
    
    
    
  
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