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SQLite tutorial

SQLite is a software library that enables a self-sufficient, serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine. S QLite is the most widely deployed SQL database engine in the world. The SQLite source code is not subject to copyright restrictions.

This tutorial will show you how to program using SQLite and get you started quickly.

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Who is fit to read this tutorial?

This tutorial helps beginners understand the basics and advanced concepts associated with the SQLite database engine.

What you need to know before you read this tutorial:

Before you get started with the various instances provided in this tutorial, you need to understand what a database is, especially RDBMS, and what a computer programming language is.

Compile/execute the SQLite program

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SQLite function reference manual

This tutorial provides a reference manual for all the important built-in SQLite functions.

SQLite is a common function

SQLite useful resources

This tutorial lists the SQLite database sites and books.

SQLite useful website

  • The latest SQLite installation version, the latest SQLite information, and the full SQLite tutorial are available on the SQLite Home Page - SQLite official website.

  • PHP SQLite3 - The website provides full details of PHP support for the SQLite 3 database.

  • SQLite JDBC Driver: - SQLite JDBC, developed by Taro L. Saito, is a library for accessing and creating SQLite database files in Java.

  • DBD-SQLite-0.31 - The SQLite Perl driver driver is used with the Perl DBI module.

  • DBI-1.625 - The Perl DBI module provides a common interface for any database, including SQLite.

  • SQLite Python - sqlite3 python module written by Gerhard Haring. It provides SQL interfaces that are compatible with the DB-API 2.0 specification.

SQLite useful books