SQL > Data Definition Language - DDL

Data Definition Language (DDL) is a part of SQL that is used to create, modify, and delete database objects such as table, view, and index, and to manage access privileges to these objects. Below are the most common DDL commands:

  • SQL CREATE TABLE
  • SQL Data Types
  • SQL View
  • SQL CREATE VIEW
  • SQL Index
  • SQL CREATE INDEX
  • SQL DROP TABLE
  • SQL TRUNCATE TABLE
  • SQL USE
  • SQL CREATE DATABASE
  • SQL DROP DATABASE
  • SQL GRANT
  • SQL REVOKE
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