The PRIMARY KEY Constraint in MySQL is a combination of NOT NULL and UNIQUE constraints, that means a column set with PRIMARY KEY cannot have NULL values. It uniquely identifies each row. We will see the usage of PRIMARY KEY Constraint with a live example:

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