Query Results to CSV with MySQL Workbench – Medium cross-post

We know how common and useful CSV files are. If you need to save a particular query’s results to a CSV file, it couldn’t be easier than with MySQL Workbench. I recently wrote a quick post over on my Medium account covering this and am sharing it here for any interested readers…


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MySQL Workbench – Query Results to CSV

Exporting query results to a CSV file using MySQL Workbench is perhaps the easiest out of all the environments I have learned about and used. See just how simple and quick it is by reading the full post, Export Query Results to CSV with MySQL Workbench.

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Query Results to CSV – Similar Reading

I have written similar blog posts on saving/exporting SQL query results using different tooling in other SQL environments. Read any of these posts that pique your interest. Please share with others as well.


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