SQL Statements :
The following SQL statement chooses all of the records in the “Consumers” table:
Some repository techniques need a semicolon at the conclusion of each SQL statement.
Semicolon is the typical way to split up each SQL statement in repository techniques that enable multiple SQL statement to be executed in exactly the same contact to the server.
In that guide, we will use semicolon at the conclusion of each SQL statement.
Some of The Most Important SQL Commands :
- SELECT – extracts information from a repository.
- UPDATE – revisions information in a repository.
- DELETE – deletes information from a repository.
- INSERT INTO – positions new information right into a repository.
- CREATE DATABASE – creates a new repository.
- ALTER DATABASE – modifies a repository.
- CREATE TABLE – creates a new dining table.
- ALTER TABLE – modifies a desk.
- DROP TABLE – deletes a desk.
- CREATE INDEX – creates an list (search key).
- DROP INDEX – deletes an list.