Intro to MySQL For Beginners Part 1
In this video we’ll show the basics of getting started with MySQL. MySQL is a Relational DataBase Management System (RDBMS), and is an industry-standard open-source RDBMS that has been widely adopted by software development projects. This video provides an overview of MySQL and covers some common commands.
1:10 Installing MySQL
2:58 Logging into MySQL
4:30 Using MySQL Help
5:30 Listing Existing Databases
6:34 Creating a New Database
8:40 MySQL Data Types
10:55 Creating a Table
15:35 Creating an Additional Table
15:50 How to Look at the Tables
17:30 Renaming a Table
18:20 Listing All Tables Within a Database
19:00 Deleting Tables
22:00 Removing a Database
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