7 years ago in Database Management System

To select all column from the table the syntax is:

[A] select all from table_name
[B] select * from table_name
[C] select from table_name
[D] none
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Zachery Chen
Zachery Chen - 1 month ago

Zachery Chen from Taiwan is saying select * from table_name is correct answer

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Shourya Singh Rawat - 4 years ago

Shourya Singh Rawat from India is saying select * from table_name is correct answer

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Padmapriya - 4 years ago

Padmapriya from Chennai, India is saying none is correct answer

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Mihir Shah - 4 years ago

Mihir Shah from Majalgaon, India is saying select * from table_name is correct answer

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Imran Ali - 4 years ago

Imran Ali from Rawalpindi, Pakistan is saying select * from table_name is correct answer

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