Generate Field In MySQL SELECT
If I've got a table containing Field1 and Field2 can I generate a new field in the select statement? For example, a normal query would be:
SELECT Field1, Field2 FROM Table
And I want to also create Field3 and have that returned in the resultset... something along the lines of this would be ideal:
SELECT Field1, Field2, Field3 = 'Value' FROM Table
Is this possible at all?
SELECT Field1, Field2, 'Value' Field3 FROM Table
or for clarity
SELECT Field1, Field2, 'Value' AS Field3 FROM Table
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