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Single Table SELECT Statement

Selecting data from a database is the most common way of using relational database. This section shows you how to perform various selections as well as some unique features implemented in MySQL.

1. The Basic SELECT Statement

2. Using Column Alias in SELECT Statement

3. Using Literal Character Strings

4. Perform Arithmetic Operations

5. Use WHERE Clause to Conditionally Select Rows

6. Sorting Data

7. Using LIMIT Clause to Constrain the Number of Rows Retrieved

8. Using Comparison Operators, Part I

9. Using Comparison Operators, Part II

10. Using LIKE Comparison Operator

11. Using Logical Operators

12. Eliminating Duplicate Rows

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