In article <000401c08e92$84cf2030$0100a8c0@phobo>, phobo
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes
>I am in the process of improving a database scheme considerably in MySQL, by
>breaking tables into smaller tables and so one. I am wondering if there is a
>simple SQL statement to take ALL ROWS of fields 'f1', 'f2', 'f3', and copy
>them to the another table.... Then I can remove the fields in the original
>table.

Suggest you get yourself a copy of PHPMyAdmin. One of the dozens of
brilliant features in it is the ability to generate from a table (or a
complete database) all the SQL necessary to recreate the table from
scratch (CREATE TABLE ... INSERT ...).

John

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