MySQL is an open source Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) used in web applications to contain and manage small to giant data in itself. It is very popular cross platform Structured Query Language (SQL) Database Implementation used in creating static to dynamic website and web applications.
Due to its scalability, flexibility and power, it is being popular day by day and the clients’ demand to development any database software using it is also increasing. The rising demand enhances the pressure and problem, which results several errors. In this move, we have initiated a new service ‘Ask Questions on MySQL’. Now you are free to ask any sorts of questions relating to MySQL under this service. You will get the most appropriate solution within two days of your questions.
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MySQL stands for My Structured Query Language, an open source RDMBS available under GNU General Public License at free of cost. It works on several operating system platforms including Windows, Linux, Mac OS, and Sun Solaris. All major programming languages with language-specific APIs include Libraries for accessing MySQL databases. The MySQL server and official libraries are mostly implemented in ANSI C/ANSI C++.
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