What does DML stand for and what are some examples of it?




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What does DML stand for and what are some examples of it?..

Answer / deepak dada

data manipulation language eg select insert update delete

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What does DML stand for and what are some examples of it?..

Answer / samir kumar sahoo

DML stands for Data Manipulation Language.This langage
enables the users to make manipulation operations on the
data present in the database.

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What does DML stand for and what are some examples of it?..

Answer / srinivasa yadav

DML STANDS FOR DATA MANIPULATION LANGUAGE
THE COMMANDS IN DML ARE SELECT, INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE
EX:-SELECT
1) SELECT * FROM TABLENAME;
IT WILL RETRIVE ALL THE COLUMNS.
2) SELECT EMP_ID,EMP_HLDR_NAME,EMP_AMT FROM TABLENAME;
IT WILL RETRIVE ONLY PARTICULAR ROWS.
INSERT : - IT IS USED TO INSERT THE VALUES.
DELETE : - IT IS USED TO DELETE THE ROW.
UPDATE : - IT IS USED TO UPDATE THE ROW.

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