The ALL keyword returns true if all of the subquery conditions are met.
The ANY keyword returns true if any of the subquery conditions are met.
The AS keyword is used to output a column or table with a temporary alias for the duration of the query. Nothing in the database itself is altered.
The ASC keyword is used to sort the returned data in ascending order (A – Z).
The BACKUP DATABASE keywords are used in SQL Server to create a full back up of an existing SQL database.
The BETWEEN keyword is used to select values (numbers, text, or dates) within a given range (inclusively).
The CASE keyword is used is to create different output based on various conditions.
The CONSTRAINT keyword is used to create or delete a constraint from an existing table.
The DATABASE keyword is used to create a new SQL database or delete an existing SQL database.
The DELETE keyword is used to delete existing records in a table.
The DESC keyword is used to sort the returned data in descending order (Z – A).
The DISTINCT keyword returns only different values (no two values the same) in the result set.
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