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Hi folks!

I'd like to know if someone can help me with the following...
I've got a table in MySQL with an auto_increment field, there's 59 registers, but if I insert one more register the auto_increment field will take the value 65, because I've deleted the registers with the values 60,61,...,64.
How can I reset the counter to make the next value=60?

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