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SQL Server provides an easy way to insert zero, one, or more rows into a table without writing any transactional code. The SELECT statement embedded within the INSERT statement can insert zero, one, or more rows but it's not limited to inserting only one row.The select-statement embedded in the INSERT statement is no different from the select-statement you use to retrieve data.

Insert command is used to add new records in the database. It is also used to update existing records. Insert command can be explained using simple SQL statement. INSERT INTO table (column1, column2, column3) VALUES (value1,value2,value3); Output: INSERT INTO table (column1, column2, column3) VALUES (value1,value2),(value3);

This is a select statement that returns the number of rows in database table "tbl_users". SELECT COUNT(*) FROM tbl_users This is a select statement that returns the number of rows in database table "tbl_users".

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