The language of SQL is about to get a whole lot easier to use.
As part of the SQL 10 release, Oracle has released a new SQL database that will allow developers to build complex, complex, rich and sophisticated databases in a single, natively-supported language.
To help make SQL more accessible to developers, Oracle will also make its database more easily-configurable with the introduction of the new SQL-like operators in the SQL syntax, along with support for the cross-apply and collate SQL operators.SQL is a database that contains data, or rows, which describe the structure of a query, and can store the results of a search.
Its syntax allows developers to define SQL queries, or statements, that can be executed on the database.
Oracle has released the SQL language, called SQL, as a dialect of C, in order to support the rapid adoption of the C language by software developers.
In SQL, each SQL query is represented as a set of instructions.
A query that is executed on a database can have multiple clauses that control the execution of the query.
Oracle SQL also offers a range of SQL expressions that can take on the meaning of the queries being executed.
The new SQL is not designed for the traditional database, such as relational databases or databases where rows represent data.
Instead, SQL uses the data-model and query language of C to enable developers to write code that runs on any type of database, regardless of the database that is being used.
Oracle said the new language will also allow developers create data-driven, business-critical applications that will run on any database.
“The SQL10 release represents an exciting step in bringing SQL to a wider audience, including developers and data scientists,” said Jim Vella, vice president and general manager of Oracle’s business development group, in a statement.
“With SQL10, Oracle’s mission has never been more clear: developers can build complex databases in an intuitive, readable and powerful language, with the benefit of the power of C.”
Oracle said it had made the SQL10 language a dialect for SQL, in line with the way SQL is used in the industry.
“This release is designed to provide developers with a new, powerful and expressive database language, making SQL more available for the modern enterprise and making SQL developers more aware of how to use it,” Vella said.
“While many SQL users have never encountered a SQL dialect, SQL10 is designed for developers who need to write queries in SQL, and who want to easily customize queries that run on SQL databases.”
Oracle also said it would introduce the new features in the next version of its SQL database, SQL Server, in the future.
The release is part of a broader effort by Oracle to provide more support to developers who are developing data-rich applications in the new dialect.
Oracle, which was founded in 1986 and is the world’s largest software company, is currently working with partners to bring SQL to other companies such as IBM, Cisco Systems and Facebook, which also owns Oracle.
Oracle will be releasing SQL10 in the first quarter of 2018.