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4.1.10.Truncate sysdate in insert statement
SQL>
SQL> create table employees(
  2    empno      NUMBER(4)
  3  , ename      VARCHAR2(8)
  4  , init       VARCHAR2(5)
  5  , job        VARCHAR2(8)
  6  , mgr        NUMBER(4)
  7  , bdate      DATE
  8  , msal       NUMBER(6,2)
  9  , comm       NUMBER(6,2)
 10  , deptno     NUMBER(2) ) ;

Table created.

SQL>
SQL>
SQL> insert into employees values(1,'Jason',  'N',  'TRAINER', 2,   date '1965-12-18',  800 , NULL,  10);

row created.

SQL> insert into employees values(2,'Jerry',  'J',  'SALESREP',3,   date '1966-11-19',  1600300,   10);

row created.

SQL> insert into employees values(3,'Jord',   'T' 'SALESREP',4,   date '1967-10-21',  1700500,   20);

row created.

SQL> insert into employees values(4,'Mary',   'J',  'MANAGER', 5,   date '1968-09-22',  1800, NULL,  20);

row created.

SQL> insert into employees values(5,'Joe',    'P',  'SALESREP',6,   date '1969-08-23',  19001400,  30);

row created.

SQL> insert into employees values(6,'Black',  'R',  'MANAGER', 7,   date '1970-07-24',  2000, NULL,  30);

row created.

SQL> insert into employees values(7,'Red',    'A',  'MANAGER', 8,   date '1971-06-25',  2100, NULL,  40);

row created.

SQL> insert into employees values(8,'White',  'S',  'TRAINER', 9,   date '1972-05-26',  2200, NULL,  40);

row created.

SQL> insert into employees values(9,'Yellow', 'C',  'DIRECTOR',10,  date '1973-04-27',  2300, NULL,  20);

row created.

SQL> insert into employees values(10,'Pink',  'J',  'SALESREP',null,date '1974-03-28',  24000,     30);

row created.

SQL>
SQL> insert into employees(empno,ename,init,bdate,msal,deptno)
  2  values (7001,'ZOMBIE','ZZ',trunc(sysdate),0, DEFAULT);

row created.

SQL>
SQL> select from employees where empno = 7001;

     EMPNO ENAME    INIT  JOB             MGR BDATE           MSAL       COMM     DEPTNO
---------- -------- ----- -------- ---------- --------- ---------- ---------- ----------
      7001 ZOMBIE   ZZ                        24-JUL-08          0

SQL>
SQL> drop table employees;

Table dropped.

SQL>
SQL>
4.1.Insert
4.1.1.Adding Rows Using the INSERT Statement
4.1.2.Omitting the Column List
4.1.3.Insert value for specific columns
4.1.4.Specifying a Null Value for a Column
4.1.5.Including Single and Double Quotes in a Column Value
4.1.6.Insert double quote
4.1.7.Use trunc in insert statement
4.1.8.Combine three tables with 'insert into statement'
4.1.9.Insert default value
4.1.10.Truncate sysdate in insert statement
4.1.11.Adding Multiple Rows to a Table
4.1.12.Conditional INSERT Statement
4.1.13.to_date() and insert statement
4.1.14.To insert records into a table using a subquery:
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