SQL, MySQL, 5.0 - I have a notepad file that came with SQL code that creates tables, values and such. How do I insert the code into the database?

The program I just installed came with a file with SQL code inside that creates tables and values and needs to insert into a database. The problem is I don't know the command in which to do so. The database is already created and running. I have the SQL command line and the MySQL Administrator program. Thanks.
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mysql -u<user_name> -p<password> < mysql.sql
You would need to provide the username and password of course. To clarify further, consider this:
mysql -uroot -psecret < mysqlCommandFile.sql
If the SQL script does not create the database you need to run

mysqladmin -u root -ppassword create database
mysql -u root -ppassword database < file.sql

Change "password" with your root password for MySQL and "database" with your database name and of course, file.sql with the name of the file you have
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diffuser87Author Commented:
Still having issues with it. I typed the commands suggested into the MySQL command window. I have attached a picture to try to help you guys figure out what I am doing wrong.... I'm sure it is something simple. Is there any special folder I need to put the .sql file in?
>> Is there any special folder I need to put the .sql file in
Provide the full path to the location of the file. EX:
mysql -uroot -psecret < "C:\Test\mysqlCommandFile.sql"

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Both are DOS commands and not SQL commands...so...

1 - forget mysqladmin cause you already have the DB created.
2 - in DOS, considering that your DB is called asm and your file mysql.sql ...

cd to directory where mysql.sql is

mysql -u root -p asm < mysql.sql

diffuser87Author Commented:
Thank you both!
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