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Comments in SQL

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A comment in any text which is ignored by the compiler and is not executed. It is used to convey some information to the user and used for documentation only, to describe the command's purpose in an application. Comments can be placed anywhere in the statement between any keywords, parameters or pun  ......

Introduction to Structure Query Language (SQL)

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SQL (Structure Query language) is a standard database language for creating, maintaining, manipulating, and destroying relational database. QueryA query is a request/question expressed in a formal way with intent to get some result .A 'SELECT is a query used for retrieval of data.Relational Dat  ......

Difference between the database and the table

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There is a major difference between a database and a table. The differences are as follows:Tables are a way to represent the division of data in a database while the database is a collection of tables and data.Tables are used to group the data in relation to each other and create a dataset. This dat  ......

Difference between MySQL and SQL?

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SQL is known as the standard query language. It is used to interact with the database like MySQL. MySQL is a database that stores various types of data and keeps it safe.A PHP script is required to store and retrieve the values inside the database.SQL is a computer language, whereas MySQL is a softw  ......

What are the technical specifications of MySQL?

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MySQL has the following technical specifications -Flexible structureHigh performanceManageable and easy to useReplication and high availabilitySecurity and storage managementDriversGraphical ToolsMySQL Enterprise MonitorMySQL Enterprise SecurityJSON SupportReplication & High-AvailabilityManageab

What is MySQL?

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MySQL is a multithreaded, multi-user SQL database management system which has more than 11 million installations. It is the world's second most popular and widely-used open source database. It is interesting how MySQL name was given to this query language. The term My is coined by the name of the da  ......