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Databases

SQL

Now we're using a database from a smartphone. It has a phone_book table. It has the columns id, first_name, last_name and phone. Add a new contact to the phone_book table. Use any valid values you want. All columns are required. The id column is auto incrementing.

INSERT INTO phone_book (id, first_name, last_name, phone) value (NULL, "fdf", "fdf", 4344342);

Bogdan Cabaj
Bogdan Cabaj
16,348 Points
INSERT INTO phone_book (first_name, last_name, phone) value ("fdf", "fdf", 4344342);

Removed ID and NULL.

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,952 Points

As Bogdan's example shows, an auto-increment column will be set for you, so you don't need to reference it at all when you insert a new row.

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Terry Scrimsher
Terry Scrimsher
46,658 Points

Rostyk/Bogdan's example is missing an "s" at the end of "value", preventing it from running successfully.