Drop all tables Postgres

Last modified: October 10, 2019

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Data School wants a comprehensive post with visuals to help people understand how to find duplicates in a table with SQL. Please use stack overflow to understand the many variations: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3327312/how-can-i-drop-all-the-tables-in-a-postgresql-database

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  • Demonstrate in detail with SQL
  • Recap why this was important to answer the question

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