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    Hello,

    I'm pretty new at MySQL so any help would be appreciated

    OK..
    To delete from a table I use this:

    mysql> DELETE FROM table
    -> WHERE (uid = "1");

    Now lets say I wanted to delete from uid = 1 till uid = 100. How would I do that?

    Thanks for your time!

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    For this particular query you could use:

    delete from table where uid<101;

    if you want to delete in the middle:

    delete from table where uid between 1 and 100;

    Note: with between the delimiters are inclusive.

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