The following article is a list of MySQL Cheat Sheets & Quick Reference Guides for Web Designers, Web Programmers, Coders & for Web developers for Quick coding with MySQL. These are very helpful for those of us who haven’t memorized all of the MySQL commands. This compilation of MySQL cheat sheets should help speed up your web development. Please feel free to comment on MySQL quick reference guides that we have missed and / or even better yet submit your MySQL quick references guides & cheat sheets here.
The MySQL cheat sheet is designed to act as a reminder and reference sheet, listing useful information about MySQL. It includes a list of the available functions in MySQL, as well as data types. It also includes a list of MySQL functions available in PHP, and a list of useful sample queries to select data from a database. A description of what is on the cheat sheet follows, or if you are impatient, you can go straight to the full size MySQL cheat sheet.
Here are the most commonly used SQL commands and the most commonly used options for each. There are many more commands and options than listed here. In other words, the syntaxes as I have listed them are far from complete. See the links at the bottom for more complete syntaxes and more commands.
This is a very small cheat sheet for MySQL, basically for only the essential MySQL commands.
This is a very hand cheatsheet for finding out the MySQL Commands.
Portions of the following are quoted from the MySQL™ web site. Observations and opinions expressed below may be useful to MySQL™ newbies (use this information at your own risk).
A very small MySQL Cheat Sheet and quick reference guide.
MySQL Injection Cheat Sheet
This is one of the better high level cheat sheets on MySQL.
Basic mysql operations that you are always forgetting.
This is a really good MySQL Cheat Sheet PDF.
Want to translate or compare mysql with mssql? Here’s a reference cheatsheet.
Learn how to do things the right way with this MySQL Quick Reference Guide.
This is a really useful MySQL cheatsheet that has a lot of useful information for reference.
A really helpful Mysql cheat sheet and quick reference guide.
This is a list of handy MySQL commands that I use time and time again. At the bottom are statements, clauses, and functions you can use in MySQL. Below that are PHP and Perl API functions you can use to interface with MySQL. To use those you will need to build PHP with MySQL functionality. To use MySQL with Perl you will need to use the Perl modules DBI and DBD::mysql.
This post is part of a series of SQL Injection Cheat Sheets. In this series, I’ve endevoured to tabulate the data to make it easier to read and to use the same table for for each database backend. This helps to highlight any features which are lacking for each database, and enumeration techniques that don’t apply and also areas that I haven’t got round to researching yet.
There are various little details that I always end up having to lookup on the MySQL documentation, so I thought I would put together a ‘Cheat Sheet’ and make it publicly available for all to use. This ‘Cheat Sheet’ will be updated constantly.
Another mini-cheatsheet… I know this stuff, but I’m always looking it up for the exact syntax.
Find out what you need to know how to do with MySQL with this great MySQL quick reference guide.
This MySQL cheatsheet is the first of a series of cheatsheets. I’ve always set up cheatsheets for my own use as long as I’ve been writing programs, which goes back a long time. What sets this cheatsheet apart from others is that it focuses on commonly used MySQL examples and not just code. It’s a free download. I hope that you find it to be useful.
From Wikibooks, the open-content textbooks collection, here is a MySQL cheat sheet.
MySQL Charts (Not Free)
Set of Two Wall MySQL Cheat Sheet Charts and Posters