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 What is the difference between MongoDB and MySql?
The difference between MongoDB and MySql is that the in former one whole document is read while in latter rows and columns are read. If one is using a simple database where everything is indexed properly than MySql will work perfectly but if a data is complex and you want to store serialized arrays or JSON objects then MongoDB is advised.

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