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//for SQL [from a lesson I made earlier] we use null value when the value is not known or meaningless. A column is said to contain a null if no value is assigned to that column . Any column of any datatype of a table can contain null provided they are not restricted by PRIMARY KEY or NOT NULL as the integrity constraints . example - CREATE TABLE class(rollno int primary key, marks int, sname varchar(30) not null); while inserting records in the table class using INSERT statement , only marks column can be omitted , if any column other than marks is skipped or omitted than error message will appear that record is not added example- INSERT INTO class(rollno,marks) VALUES(10111,9); //error message will be displayed because sname column can't have null value //☺👍
Null = nothing, no value.
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