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Insert Query in SQLite

SQLite Insert Query
To add data into a table, the INSERT INTO statement is used in SQLite.

Syntax 1: If adding values to only some of the columns in a table or if adding values in random order.

INSERT INTO TABLE_NAME [(column_1, column_2, column_3,...column_N)]    
VALUES (value_1, value_2, value_3,...value_N);   

Syntax 2: If adding values to all the columns in a table and in the same order as that of the columns in the table.

INSERT INTO TABLE_NAME 
VALUES (value_1, value_2, value_3,...value_N);   

Example:

INSERT INTO TEACHERS (ID, NAME, SUBJECT)  
VALUES (1, 'Jim', 'English');  
INSERT INTO TEACHERS 
VALUES (2, 'John', 'Geology');  
INSERT INTO TEACHERS 
VALUES (3, 'Watson', 'French');  
INSERT INTO TEACHERS
VALUES (4, 'Holmes', 'Chemistry');  
INSERT INTO TEACHERS 
VALUES (5, 'Tony', 'Physics');

Explanation:
Here we have uses both the syntaxes to insert values in an already created table “TEACHERS”. To check the table data execute the below query.
SELECT * FROM TEACHERS;

Output:

ID	NAME	SUBJECT
1	Jim	English
2	John	Geology
3	Watson	French
4	Holmes	Chemistry
5	Tony	Physics
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