Check out example codes for "create table mysql". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.

Code Example 1

# Creates a Simple User table
# Uses an auto-incrementing primary key as userId 

CREATE TABLE user (
    userId INT NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
    username VARCHAR(100),
    password VARCHAR(100) 
) ENGINE=InnoDB;

Code Example 2

create table tutorials_tbl(
   tutorial_id INT NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
   tutorial_title VARCHAR(100) NOT NULL,
   tutorial_author VARCHAR(40) NOT NULL,
   submission_date DATE,
   PRIMARY KEY ( tutorial_id )
);

Code Example 3

CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS tasks (
    task_id INT AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
    title VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
    start_date DATE,
    due_date DATE,
    status TINYINT NOT NULL,
    priority TINYINT NOT NULL,
    description TEXT,
    created_at TIMESTAMP DEFAULT CURRENT_TIMESTAMP
)  ENGINE=INNODB;

Code Example 4

CREATE TABLE nom_de_la_table
(
    colonne1 type_donnees,
    colonne2 type_donnees,
    colonne3 type_donnees,
    colonne4 type_donnees
)

Code Example 5

# Simple table describing a vehicle

CREATE TABLE vehicle(
  	# vehicleId: Unique ID for Primary Key.
  	# This is how we will reference a record
	vehicleId INT NOT NULL,  
  	make VARCHAR(64), # String 64 chars max
  	model VARCHAR(128),
  	derivative VARCHAR(255),
  	PRIMARY KEY(vehicleId)
);

# Add a record
INSERT INTO vehicle VALUES(1000,'Volkswagen','Golf','1.5 TSI EVO Match Edition 5dr');

Code Example 6

DROP TABLE tablename;

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