Sometimes you need to insert same row multiple times in a table. There are many ways to do that but here we will see one of the easiest way to insert same row multiple times in a table.
Lets create a sample table named Student as shown below.
CREATE TABLE dbo.Student ( Name VARCHAR(100), Id VARCHAR(100), DOB DATE, RegDate DATE )
As you can see, now we have a empty table.
Now we will insert a new row multiple times in a table as shown below.
INSERT INTO dbo.Student (Name, Id, DOB, RegDate) VALUES ('Amit', 300, '01/12/1998', '05/06/2020') GO 10
As you can see in above insert query, we have added a Go [Count] where[Count] is the number. For example, GO 10 means that insert query will be executed by 10 times in a loop.
Lets execute the above query and see the table output.
Lets see the table output.
SELECT * FROM dbo.Student
You can see, the same row has been inserted 10 times in a table.
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