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How to jump previous line when in mysql console ?

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i want jump to FROM line ?

Sory for my bad english.

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should be migrated... – Ariful Islam Dec 1 '11 at 11:02
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You can't. 3.2. Entering Queries says your only option is to end the query and [Ctrl]+[C] out.

At this point, what do you do? The simplest thing is to cancel the command. However, you cannot just type \c in this case, because mysql interprets it as part of the string that it is collecting. Instead, enter the closing quote character (so mysql knows you've finished the string), then type \c:

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Sorry but you cant go to previous line you have to start new query if you want to change it.

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