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What’re the differences between SQL, MySQL, SQLite and mSQL?

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What’re the differences between SQL, MySQL, SQLite and mSQL?
posted Sep 10, 2018 by anonymous

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answer Sep 11, 2018 by Chirag Gangdev
Where is mSQL in the above link.
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Sqlite is very light version of SQL supporting many features of SQL. Basically is been developed for small devices like mobile phones, tablets etc.

SQLite is a third party ,open-sourced and in-process database engine. SQL Server Compact is from Microsoft, and is a stripped-down version of SQL Server.They are two competing database engines.

SQL is query language. Sqlite is embeddable relational database management system.

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