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What is the difference between a clause and a statement in SQL?

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  1. ccumings88
    • 4 years ago
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    I believe statements are the line that initially retrieves data while a clause refines the data. So if you have, SELECT * FROM TABLE WHERE ID > 0 -- SELECT * FROM TABLE is the statement and WHERE ID > 0 is the clause

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    Thank you =)

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