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If you are constructing an INSERT statement for a table whose required columns all have default values, you may just want to use the defaults. In this situation, you can break away from the standard:

> insert into table_name (column1, column2) values (value1, value2);

Instead, simply tell Postgres that you want it to use the default values:

> insert into table_name default values;

Via jbranchaud/til.