MySql Append Codes

We use CONCAT() function to append the values of two column. In this example, we are concatenating the value of "fname" column and the value of "lname" column for each row having value 'Programmer' in the 'designation' column of the "user" table.


 
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MySql Append Codes

     

This example illustrates how to append the column values.

We use CONCAT() function to append the values of two column. In this example, we are concatenating  the value of "fname" column and the value of "lname" column for each row having value 'Programmer' in the 'designation' column of the "user" table.

Table "user":

Query

 

select * from user;

 

Output

 

+---------+---------+-------------------------------+
| fname   | lname   | designation                   |
+---------+---------+-------------------------------+
| sandeep | suman   | Programmer                    |
| suman   | saurabh | Sr. Graphics Designer         |
| saurabh | ranjan  | Content Writer                |
| ravi    | kant    | Software Developer            |
| deepak  | kumar   | IT Manager                    |
| noor    | ali     | Content Writer                |
| vikash  | kumar   | Content Writer                |
| vineet  | bansal  | Programmer                    |
+---------+---------+-------------------------------+

Query to concatenate fname and lname values:

Query

 

 SELECT CONCAT(fname, " ", lname)
 from user where designation = 'Programmer';
Output

 

+---------------------------+
| CONCAT(fname, " ", lname) |
+---------------------------+
| sandeep suman             |
| vineet bansal             |
+---------------------------+

 

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