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  • SQL Correlated Practical Queries

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A correlated select, update, and delete query is a type of SQL query that lets you delete all the rows from a table that are related to a specific row in another table.

This is how it works:

  • SELECT * FROM t1 WHERE id=2;
  • SELECT * FROM t2 WHERE id=1;
  • DELETE FROM t1 WHERE id=2;

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A delete query was used to remove a record from the database. Nowadays, it is used to remove content from a website. Update queries can be used by developers to make changes to their application without having to write code for each change. Update queries are also helpful during testing when you want to see how an application has changed after making changes to it.

C correlated select, update, and delete queries are the three most common SQL statements that you use when you need to update multiple rows in a table.

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