MYSQL syntax or query follows a particular rules and regulation which are denoted as MYSQL Syntax. Every MYSQL query starts with standard operators and ends with the semicolon.

Some of The Most Important MYSQL Commands

CREATE DATABASE - creates a new database

ALTER DATABASE - modifies a database

CREATE TABLE - creates a new table

ALTER TABLE - modifies a table

DROP TABLE - deletes a table

INSERT INTO - inserts new data into a database

SELECT - retrieves data from a database

UPDATE - updates data in a database

DELETE - deletes data from a database

CREATE INDEX - creates an index (search key)

DROP INDEX - deletes an index

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