The letters SQL stand for Structured Query Language. As with all languages—even computer languages—there are grammar rules. This includes a certain structure to statements, acceptable punctuation (i.e., operators and delimiters), and a vocabulary (i.e., reserve words).
|SQL Statements||Explanations of all of the MariaDB SQL statements.|
|SQL Language Structure||Explanation of SQL grammar rules, including reserve words and literals.|
|Geographic & Geometric Features||Spatial extensions for geographic and geometric features.|
|NoSQL||NoSQL-related commands and interfaces|
|Operators||Operators for comparing and assigning values.|
|Sequences||Sequence objects, an alternative to AUTO_INCREMENT.|
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