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Chapter 6. Querying with SQL Statements > Using SQL to Perform Action Queries

Using SQL to Perform Action Queries

Back in Chapter 4, “Creating Advanced Queries,” you learned how to work with queries that performed some action on the data in the underlying table. These so-called action queries come in four varieties: update, delete, make-table, and append. You can perform all four types using SQL statements, as the following sections show.

→ To learn more about action queries, seeRunning Action Queries,” p. 110.



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