All commands are from memory, so typos might exist. Deleting all rows can
be a very lengthy operation. It will likely be much faster to delete the
table and create a new one.
If you had configuration settings on the table that you wanted to keep,
then it might be easier to create, delete, and rename.
If you really need to delete all the rows, you can do it using
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