Travis Horn
Travis Horn

Travis Horn

SQL as Understood by SQLite

SQL as Understood by SQLite

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Travis Horn

Published on Aug 3, 2010

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This post is part of a project to move my old reference material to my blog. Before 2012, when I accessed the same pieces of code or general information multiple times, I would write a quick HTML page for my own reference and put it on a personal site. Later, I published these pages online. Some of the pages still get used and now I want to make them available on my blog.

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Back in 2010, I wanted to have a hard-copy version of the SQLite official documentation. I created a PDF document for this. The major benefit to this document is that it can be used offline. You can throw it on a flash drive or save it to a server machine that has limited Internet connectivity.

While the vast majority of the content is still relevant, be warned that I created this document in August of 2010. Some information may be outdated.

SQL as Understood by SQLite.pdf 980 KB, Last updated 2010–08–03drive.google.com

 
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