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Using MySQL LIMIT(LAB3.7) - Using MySQL LIMIT Summary in...

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Using MySQL LIMIT Summary : in this tutorial, you will learn how to use MySQL LIMIT clause to select records from the beginning, middle and end of a result set. Using classicmodels database to perform the tasks below. MySQL LIMIT syntax The LIMIT clause is used in the SELECT statement to constrain the number of rows in a result set. The LIMIT clause accepts one or two arguments. The values of both arguments must be zero or positive integer constants. The following illustrates the LIMIT clause syntax with 2 arguments: 1 2 SELECT * FROM tbl LIMIT offset, count Let’s see what the offset and count mean in the LIMIT clause: The offset specifies the offset of the first row to return. The offset of the first row is 0, not 1. The count specifies maximum number of rows to return. When you use LIMIT with one argument, this argument will be used to specifies the maximum number of rows to return from the beginning of the result set.
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