Basic SQL commands

Basic SQL commands are essential for managing and manipulating data in a relational database system. These commands include SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE, among others. The SELECT command is used to retrieve data from a database, while the INSERT command is used to add new data to a database. The UPDATE command is used to modify existing data, and the DELETE command is used to remove data from a database. Other commonly used commands include CREATE, DROP, and ALTER, which are used to create, delete, and modify database objects, such as tables and indexes. Understanding these basic SQL commands is crucial for anyone working with relational databases.
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