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create a query where one field is output and output is hello

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want to create a select query create output  'hello'
want one field returned

maybe this works

select 'hello'
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Yep you can use this

SELECT 'HELLO' AS Greeting

or as many as you like

SELECT 'Hello' AS GREETING, 'How are you?' as QUESTION
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mysql> select 'hello';
+-------+
| hello |
+-------+
| hello |
+-------+
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

mysql>

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by:rgb192
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Thank you for select statements.
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