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what would be the syntax to select from the same table and insert
the same id lets say id  377, but all storenumbers with the same id 377 within this one table.


select storenumbers from users1
insert into users1 (storenumbers , '377')
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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this should do:

insert into users1 (storenumbers , id) 
select storenumbers , '377' 
from users1 

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insert into users1 (id,storenumbers)
select distinct 377,storenumbers
from users1
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