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How to list the indexes in a MySQL database table. Easily done using the show command. mysql> show index from customer; +———-+————+——————-+————–+——————–+———–+————-+———-+——–+——+————+———+—————+ | Table | Non_unique | Key_name | Seq_in_index | Column_name | Collation | Cardinality | Sub_part | Packed | Null | Index_type | Comment | Index_comment | +———-+————+——————-+————–+——————–+———–+————-+———-+——–+——+————+———+—————+ | customer | 0 | …

We are taking another look at our database table and we are wanting to only view records that match certain criteria. This is easy with the SELECT statement. mysql> select * from operatingsystems where vendor in ("Microsoft","Mint"); +——+————————+———+———–+ | OsID | Name | Type | vendor | +——+————————+———+———–+ | 1 | Windows 3.0 | Windows …

Following on from my previous posting that covered setting up a MySQL database, here is a simple query that returns records that match a certain type. mysql> select * from operatingsystems where Type = "Windows"; +——+————-+———+———–+ | OsID | Name | Type | vendor | +——+————-+———+———–+ | 1 | Windows 3.0 | Windows | Microsoft …