MySQL Select Query

A SELECT query can return the data from multiple columns by including the required column names as a comma-separated list in the query. The syntax to get multiple column data looks like this:

SELECT column-name, column-name from table-name;

If you want to select all available columns in the table , Query looks like this :

SELECT * from table-name;

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