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Chapter 9. Language Structure

This chapter discusses the rules for writing the following elements of SQL statements when using MySQL:

  • Literal values such as strings and numbers

  • Identifiers such as database, table, and column names

  • User-defined and system variables

  • Comments

  • Reserved words


 
 
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