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  1. #16
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    I don't have any idea about the difference between SQL and Oracle.

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    Oracle is a software company. Their primary product is an enterprise-level relational database management system properly known as "Oracle Database". The product's name is often shortened simply to "Oracle".

    SQL stands for Structured Query Language. It's a language used to interact with databases, not a database itself.

    Perhaps you're referring to Microsoft SQL Server, one of Oracle's competitors? Both products use SQL, although there are minor dialect differences.

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    Oracle uses Procedure Language SQL. It is Complex but powerful.

    SQL Server uses Transact SQL. It is Simpler and easy to use.

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    Oracle: Oracle is basically a software company. Their primary product is an enterprise level relational database management system properly known as oracle database. The short name is oracle.

    SQL: It stands for structured query language. It is used to interact with databases.

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