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    Unanswered: difference between sql and mysql

    hi can ne 1 tell me what the difference is between sql and mysql in terms of the actual code, because it looks very similar to me.

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    Re: difference between sql and mysql

    Originally posted by evilz35
    hi can ne 1 tell me what the difference is between sql and mysql in terms of the actual code, because it looks very similar to me.
    mysql is name of product (such as Oracle or Sybase) and as another databases also this is using SQL language.(ANSI SQL 92)

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    ika is there any commands difference as (dml), (ddl)

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    As IKA said, it is a product not a language. MySQL is a boxed (or downloaded product) SQL is a "language" that MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle etc use to ASK the database questions and PLACE data into it. So Data Definition and Data Markup are written IN SQL that is placed into MySQL for translation.

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    thnaks for trieder and ika

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