I've searched and searched and can't find an answer to this question, I'm probably asking it in the wrong way. I am querying an employee database.
I found the following query and appreciate it if someone can help explain to me what this means.
I see people write SQL query, for example, … wondering what means limit 0 here? Referred some documents and discussions and still feel confused.
When is it appropriate to add LIMIT 1 at the end of the query in MySQL. I normally add it in DELETE but I've seen it being used with INSERT a and even UPDATE. Is it an overkill or a good practice?
I recently stumbled upon example codes, which differed by these notations. … The first argument should be considered as the offset if I'm not wrong...
This SQL SELECT LIMIT example would select the first 5 records from the contacts table where the website is 'TechOnTheNet.com'. Note that the results are sorted by contact_id in descending order so this means that the 5 largest contact_id values will be returned by the SELECT LIMIT statement.
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SELECT is used to retrieve rows selected from one or more tables, and can include UNION statements
The LIMIT clause accepts one or two arguments. The values of both arguments must be zero or positive integers.