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  • 1. SQL Structured Query Language
  • 2. SQL is language use for creating, accessing andmanipulating database systems. SQL statements are usedto retrieve and update data in a database. SQL works withdatabase programs like MS Access, DB2, Informix, MS SQLServer, Oracle, Sybase, etc.Database is collection of data Stored in table format.Each table is identified by a name . Tables contain records(rows) and columns.Below is an example of a table called “employee": Id Name Sal 1 Aditya 25000 2 Vaidehi 17000
  • 3. For Performing Operations on the data stored intables different commands are available in sql.SQL commands are categorized in different groupsDDL : Data Definition LanguageDML: Data Manipulation LanguageTCL : Transaction Control Language
  • 4. DATA DEFINITION LANGUAGE(DDL)DDL include three commands•CREATE - Creates a new database table or object.• ALTER - Alters (changes) a database table or Object We can Add ,Modify and Drop column• DROP - Deletes a database table or Object
  • 5. CreateSyntax:Create table table_name( column1 datatype(size), column2 datatype(size), . . columnn datatype(size));Example:Create table Employee(id number(3), name varchar2(10), salary number(10));
  • 6. EFFECT OF CREATE COMMAND Id Name salary
  • 7. AlterSyntax: Alter table table_name ADD/MODIFY/DROP (column specification);Example Alter table employee Add (Address varchar2(10)); Alter table employee modify(Address varchar2(12)); Alter table employee Drop(Adress );
  • 8. EFFECT OF ALTER COMMAND ID NAME SALARY Alter table employee Add (Address varchar2(10)); ID NAME SALARY ADDRESS Alter table employee Drop(Address ); ID NAME SALARY
  • 9. DropSyntax:Drop table table_name;Example:Drop table employee;
  • 10. DATA MANIPULATION LANGUAGE (DML) Data Manipulation Language (DML) includeselect,update,delete,insert: •SELECT - Use for retrieving data from a database table •UPDATE – Use for updating data in a database table •DELETE – Use for deletes data from a database table •INSERT - Use for inserts new data into a database table
  • 11. SELECT STATMENTSyntaxSelect * or column1,column2..column n from table_name[where condition];ExampleSelect * from employee;Select name from employee;
  • 12. INSERT STATMENTSyntaxINSERT INTO table_name[(column1,column2,…)] VALUES (value1, value2,....) ;Example;Insert into emp(id,name,salary)values(101,’Aditya’,100000); Id Name Sal 1 Aditya 100000 2 Vaidehi 17000
  • 13. UPDATE STATMENTSyntax UPDATE table_name SET column_name = new_value WHERE column_name = some_value;Example: update emp set salary=50000 where id=101; Id Name Sal 101 Aditya 50000 102 Vaidehi 17000
  • 14. DELETE STATMENTSyntax DELETE FROM table_name [WHERE column_name = some_value ]Example: delete from employee where id=101; Id Name Sal 102 Vaidehi 17000
  • 15. Thank you!