Updating multiple columns

Third, the WHERE clause specifies the rows that you want to update.

Question: I want to update multiple rows in my table, and I need to understand how to update multiple columns.

update (select specific record of the table based on some condition) set col1 = val1, col2 = val2; update (select specific record of the table based on some condition) set (col1, col2) = (val1, val2);@Gordon Linoff It really looks awkward.

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