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select statement - withou null value

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I have a table which contain 73 fields. I don't want to get any fileds that has null value. How could I query it?

select *from table1 where field1 in not null, etc. One at a time?  Is there a better way?
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select * from table
where field1 is not null
     and field2 is not null
     and field3 is not null

No better way.
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ok. Is there a way to get field(73) just header in one shot?
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