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Databases - Practical PostgreSQL
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Using Tables

Tables are the fundamental building blocks with which to store data within your database. Before you can begin to add, retrieve, or modify data within your database, you will first have to construct your tables to house that data.

This section covers how to create, modify and destroy tables, using the CREATE TABLE, ALTER TABLE, and DROP TABLE SQL commands. (If you need information about creating a database within which to work, see Chapter 9.)

Databases - Practical PostgreSQL
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