[ic] setting up mySQL database

Aaron Hazelton aaronmail at hazenet.net
Tue Dec 30 10:11:41 EST 2003

On Tue, 30 Dec 2003 09:01:50 -0600, Hostmaster <hostmaster at zipp.net> wrote:

> The semicolon is part of the actual command you will type. Mysql accepts
> multi-line command, so the semicolon is needed to tell it to 'run' your
> completed statement.

perhaps you did not read the above portion ...

> mysql> create database inventory
if you do not end the statement with a semicolon (;) then mysql
sets it up to accept multiple lines until you end the entire query.

you should really do a little looking here:

Aaron Hazelton

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