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SELECT INTO

Name

SELECT INTO — Create a new table from an existing table or view
SELECT [ ALL | DISTINCT [ ON ( expression [, ...] ) ] ]
    expression [ AS name ] [, ...]
    [ INTO [ TEMPORARY | TEMP ] [ TABLE ] new_table ]
    [ FROM table [ alias ] [, ...] ]
    [ WHERE condition ]
    [ GROUP BY column [, ...] ]
    [ HAVING condition [, ...] ]
    [ { UNION [ ALL ] | INTERSECT | EXCEPT } select ]
    [ ORDER BY column [ ASC | DESC | USING operator ] [, ...] ]
    [ FOR UPDATE [ OF class_name [, ...] ] ]
    LIMIT { count | ALL } [ { OFFSET | , } start ]
  

Inputs

All input fields are described in detail for SELECT.

Outputs

All output fields are described in detail for SELECT.

Description

SELECT INTO creates a new table from the results of a query. Typically, this query draws data from an existing table, but any SQL query is allowed.

Note: CREATE TABLE AS is functionally equivalent to the SELECT INTO command.