Full Form of SQL

Full Form of SQL

Structured Query Language

SQL Full Form is Structured Query Language. This is a standardized interactive language or program created to request information from any database. It is pronounced as ‘see-kwell’ or just as S Q L. Originally, IBM research center designed a version named SEQUEL or Structured English Query Language in 1974-75. It was initially a commercial system introduced by Oracle Corporation in the year 1979.


SQL consists of both ISO and ANSI (American National Standards Institute) standard and most of the database products are compatible with SQL. Queries through SQL are presented as command language which allows you to insert, choose, update, and locate the data. The most common commands of SQL such as ‘Insert, update, create, drop, select’, etc. helps to accomplish most of the required job with the database.


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