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Chapter 7. Database System Architecture > Data Manipulation Languages

7.6. Data Manipulation Languages

A DBMS must also provide a language designed to manipulate the data in a database. This language is called a database manipulation language, or DML. To the database programmer, however, the distinction between a DDL and a DML may be just a logical one, defined more by the purpose of the language than the syntax.

7.6.1. The Jet Data Manipulation Language

Example 7.2 is Jet DML code to add two records to the BOOKS table, set the index, and display the records.


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