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Exchanging Rows and Columns


> mysql -u root -p =xxx --vertical "--execute=SELECT * FROM titles;" mylibrary > test.txt


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53.Modifying Existing Columns
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55.Column Types
56.NULL Values and Column Definitions
57.Use single quote with char type column
58.Column alias with underscore
59.Using Case clause to show meaningful value for column
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62.Using qulified column name
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68.Set column to use default value
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74.Check column value
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