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Comment:Fix typo in the description of PRAGMA journal_mode.
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User & Date: mistachkin 2012-10-15 06:10:20
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2012-10-15
20:39
Fix the INSERT documentation to describe the fact that the VALUES form of an INSERT can insert multiple rows. check-in: ee9ff3 user: drh tags: trunk
06:10
Fix typo in the description of PRAGMA journal_mode. check-in: 4eade4 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
2012-10-09
16:18
Add documentation of recent changes. check-in: 741767 user: drh tags: trunk
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    ^The new journal mode is returned.  ^If the journal mode
    could not be changed, the original journal mode is returned.</p>

    <p>^The DELETE journaling mode is the normal behavior.  ^In the DELETE
    mode, the rollback journal is deleted at the conclusion of each
    transaction.  Indeed, the delete operation is the action that causes
    the transaction to commit.
    (See the documented titled <a href="atomiccommit.html">
    Atomic Commit In SQLite</a> for additional detail.)</p>

    <p>^The TRUNCATE journaling mode commits transactions by truncating
    the rollback journal to zero-length instead of deleting it.  On many
    systems, truncating a file is much faster than deleting the file since
    the containing directory does not need to be changed.</p>








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    ^The new journal mode is returned.  ^If the journal mode
    could not be changed, the original journal mode is returned.</p>

    <p>^The DELETE journaling mode is the normal behavior.  ^In the DELETE
    mode, the rollback journal is deleted at the conclusion of each
    transaction.  Indeed, the delete operation is the action that causes
    the transaction to commit.
    (See the document titled <a href="atomiccommit.html">
    Atomic Commit In SQLite</a> for additional detail.)</p>

    <p>^The TRUNCATE journaling mode commits transactions by truncating
    the rollback journal to zero-length instead of deleting it.  On many
    systems, truncating a file is much faster than deleting the file since
    the containing directory does not need to be changed.</p>