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Using the Create-Table-Like Statement

How, When and Why to Use the BigQuery Function

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With the creates table like statement you can copy your table to another with all of the same metadata of the table. This can be useful, for example, if you want to make backup copies or archive data. It’s also nice that you don’t have to do this manually but by code and yes it’s also easy to automate.

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