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INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE UPDATE ... 

That's the syntax you're looking for. In other words, opposite of what you described it as, but with the same end result. A Google search for it should provide you with lots and lots of examples, and tutorials, on how to use it.

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INSERT ... ON DUPLICATE UPDATE ... 

That's the syntax you're looking for. In other words, opposite of what you described it as, but with the same end result. A Google search for it should provide you with lots and lots of examples, and tutorials, on how to use it.

 

thanku :-)

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