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Repeat query MySQL
Posted by: Liam Broughton
Date: April 24, 2018 08:42AM

Hi all,

I am trying to set a repeat statement (I am very new to MySQL) to repeat an insert statement I have. (Sorry for my bad terminology)

What I am basically trying to do is to create around 300 rows of data (all with the same values) by repeating the same insert statement.

I used to use SQL Server but changed over to MySQL due to a lot of the tutorials online being MySQL based for what I am trying to achieve.

When using SQL Server, you can just use a GO statement, and then enter a number afterwards and it will run the command that many times, such as : GO 50

Is there anything as simple as this on MySQL? I have read about using a loop statement, but I cannot find any info on it?

Here is the code I am trying:

INSERT INTO mysqltest.noderedtest (Password, Email)
VALUES ("Test", "")
UNTIL Room Number >= 300

If anyone can let me know where I am goign wrong here that will be mostly appreciated!



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