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Removing Indexes
    
mysql>
mysql> CREATE TABLE Orders
    -> (
    ->     OrderID SMALLINT UNSIGNED NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY,
    ->     ModelID SMALLINT UNSIGNED NOT NULL,
    ->     UNIQUE unique_1 (OrderID, ModelID)
    -> );
Query OK, rows affected (0.00 sec)

mysql>
mysql>
mysql> ALTER TABLE Orders
    -> DROP INDEX unique_1;
Query OK, rows affected (0.02 sec)
Records: 0  Duplicates: 0  Warnings: 0

mysql>
DROP INDEX <index name> ON <table name>
mysql>
mysql> drop table orders;
Query OK, rows affected (0.00 sec)

   
    
    
    
  
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7.Create index on two columns
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14.Get the descriptive data of the indexes defined on the PENALTIES table.
15.Creating Indexes (CREATE INDEX)
16.Create an index on the AMOUNT column of the PENALTIES table.
17.Get the names of the indexes defined on the PENALTIES table.
18.Defining Indexes at Table-Creation Time
19.The syntax for CREATE INDEX is as follows
20.Removing Duplicates by Adding an Index
21.Create index of decimal type column
22.Create view for indexes
23.Drop an index by name
24.Add index to int type column
25.To create a unique-valued index, use the UNIQUE keyword instead of INDEX.
26.PRIMARY KEY INDEX_PRIM
27.Create an index and check it
28.Adding or Dropping Indexes
29.There are four types of statements for adding indexes to a table:
30.Hash index
31.Show index for a table
32.Using index in order by clause to indecate the result from subquery
33.Create a table with a nonunique index on the date-valued column Inauguration
34.To include multiple columns in an index
35.Provide index definitions in addition to the column definitions.
36.Modifying Indexes of Existing Tables
37.A table can have multiple indexes.
38.Create a single-column index on c, and the second creates a multiple-column index that includes both c and i
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