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Find All Table’s Current AUTO_INCREMENT Value

I recently wanted to check all tables’ current AUTO_INCREMENT value (if any) for a database dump structure. I wasn’t sure if a tables’ Data Definition Language (DDL) statement contained the current AUTO_INCREMENT value or not. So after I loaded the dump file, I learned of a query to use and find out…

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MySQL DATE() Function with examples

The MySQL DATE() function is a built-in function you use to extract just the date portion from a DATE or DATETIME value. Learn how to use the DATE() function in this blog post…

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MySQL DATE() Function Syntax

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Range-based Filtering With the BETWEEN Operator in MySQL

This post covers filtering in the WHERE clause conditional using the MySQL BETWEEN operator. Continue reading this excerpt of premium MySQL content I’m creating for anyone to learn how to use MySQL…

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Suggested Reading

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OpenLampTech issue #27 – Substack Repost

Welcome back to this week’s OpenLampTech newsletter issue. In addition to the great PHP/MySQL content, I’ve edited one of the sections so there is a new feel to the publication. Enjoy reading the content!

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In OpenLampTech issue #27, you will find coverage on:

  • PHP nonces
  • WordPress backup plugin comparison
  • MySQL deadlocks
  • A free MySQL eBook link
  • And, much …
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Determine All Calendar Days in a Month with MySQL

Watch this quick in-depth video short and learn how to find all the calendar days for a specific month using built-in MySQL date functions and recursive Common Table Expressions (CTEs). This is a repost of a free article over on my Kofi page as part of the “MySQL Learning Tier” membership

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Multiple WHERE Clause Conditionals Using the MySQL AND Logical Operator

Oftentimes, you need multiple filter conditionals in a WHERE clause in order to target specific rows of data. Continue reading this blog post and learn how to use the AND logical operator in WHERE clause queries…

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Practice Data

For the practice queries in this post, I’m using the ‘category’ table from the well-known Sakila database:

SELECT *
FROM category;

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MySQL MODIFY, CHANGE, RENAME – Kofi Blog Repost

I’ve been publishing paywall content over on my Kofi Page for the “MySQL Learning Tier” membership mostly in video format. Here is a free post for anyone interested in the type of content you can expect within the membership…

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MySQL Workbench GUI – Create Table

In this blog post, you will learn how to create a MySQL table using the various tools MySQL Workbench provides without typing any SQL code. Continue reading and learn how…

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MySQL SUBSTRING() Function With Examples – Substack Repost

It’s no secret that text or string data are one of the most common datatypes you will process. At times, only a specific portion of a string may be needed and this is the perfect use case for the SUBSTRING() character function…

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Recently, I published an article over on the OpenLampTech Substack publication page, MySQL SUBSTRING() Function – With Examples, where I cover syntax and examples of the function.

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MySQL ALTER TABLE – Add Multiple Columns

I recently needed to add multiple columns to an existing table to store summary data calculations and wondered if I could do it in one MySQL ALTER TABLE statement. Turns out you can. And, it’s super simple. Convenient too. Continue reading and learn what I learned…

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