Updating multiple columns dating coach in new york

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If you omit the WHERE clause, all records in the table will be updated!

The WHERE clause specifies which record(s) that should be updated.

I suspect OP just used an alias loosely because the question isn't about correctness of syntax, but "why" this syntax.

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design problem in general terms but there are circumstances where bulk validation / data cleaning may be required.

I am currently engaged in so doing and in SQL Server 2012 you can now update more than 1 column per @John Woo answer below.

If you're doing it manually, use SQL Management Studio's editor and enter the data directly into the row rather than writing a query.

The "tiresome way" is standard SQL and how mainstream RDBMS do it.

Third, the WHERE clause specifies the rows that you want to update.

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