How can I use an SQL command to copy a row and paste it into the same table (ID can be changed)? For example:
ID | Name | Cost 1 | abc | 300 2 | abc | 300
Use an INSERT INTO... SELECT statement, like this:
insert into MyTable (ID, Name, Cost) select 3, Name, Cost from MyTable where ID = 2;
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