Structured Query Language (SQL) is a language for querying databases.
SQL, generally pronounced sequel, is an acronym that stands for Structured Query Language (not Standardized).
One subset of the SQL standard consists of the DDL - Data Definition Language which is used to create tables and constraints.
Another subset is the DML - Data manipulation language
The final "standard" subset of commands is the DCL - Data Control Language
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