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Here you can see that SQL commands follow a number of basic rules:
 • SQL keywords are not normally case sensitive, though this in this tutorial all
commands (SELECT, UPDATE etc) are upper-cased.
 • Variable and parameter names are displayed here as lower-case.
 • New-line characters are ignored in SQL, so a command may be all on one line
or broken up across a number of lines for the sake of clarity.
 • Many DBMS systems expect to have SQL commands terminated with a semi-
colon character.

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