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User & Date: dan 2016-08-15 20:16:20
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Omit the underscore from hyperlinks in a few places where doing so makes the text less cluttered. check-in: 70a94f20fa user: dan tags: experimental
2016-08-15
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Add new documents category - "Extensions". check-in: d9b961a79a user: dan tags: experimental
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doc {Aggregate SQL Functions} {lang_aggfunc.html} {
  General-purpose built-in aggregate SQL functions.
}
doc {Date and Time SQL Functions} {lang_datefunc.html} {
  SQL functions for manipulating dates and times.
}
doc {JSON SQL Functions} {json1.html} {
  SQL functions for creating, parsing, and querying JSON content.
}
doc {DataTypes} {datatype3.html} {
  SQLite version 3 introduces the concept of manifest typing, where the
  type of a value is associated with the value itself, not the column that
  it is stored in.
  This page describes data typing for SQLite version 3 in further detail.
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heading {SQLite Features and Extensions} extensions {
  Pages describing specific features or extension modules of SQLite.
}
doc {8+3 Filenames} {shortnames.html} {
  How to make SQLite work on filesystems that only support 
  8+3 filenames.
}
doc {Autoincrement} {autoinc.html} {
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  application problems that arise in the field.  This document explains how
  to do that.
}
doc {Foreign Key Support} {foreignkeys.html} {
  This document describes the support for foreign key constraints introduced
  in version 3.6.19.
}
doc {Full Text Search} {fts3.html} {
  A description of the SQLite Full Text Search (FTS3) extension.
}
doc {Indexes On Expressions} {expridx.html} {
  Notes on how to create indexes on expressions instead of just
  individual columns.
}
doc {Internal versus External Blob Storage} {intern-v-extern-blob.html} {
  Should you store large BLOBs directly in the database, or store them
  in files and just record the filename in the database?  This document
................................................................................
  SQL standards are ambiguous.  This (circa 2003) document describes
  how SQLite handles NULLs in comparison with other SQL database engines.
}
doc {Partial Indexes} {partialindex.html} {
  A partial index is an index that only covers a subset of the rows in
  a table.  Learn how to use partial indexes in SQLite from this document.
}
doc {R-Trees} {rtree.html} {
  A description of the SQLite R-Tree extension. An R-Tree is a specialized
  data structure that supports fast multi-dimensional range queries often
  used in geospatial systems.
}
doc {Run-Time Loadable Extensions} {loadext.html} {
  A general overview on how run-time loadable extensions work, how they
  are compiled, and how developers can create their own run-time loadable
  extensions for SQLite.
}
doc {Shared Cache Mode} {sharedcache.html} {
  Version 3.3.0 and later supports the ability for two or more
  database connections to share the same page and schema cache.
  This feature is useful for certain specialized applications.
}
doc {Unlock Notify} {unlock_notify.html} {
  The "unlock notify" feature can be used in conjunction with







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doc {Aggregate SQL Functions} {lang_aggfunc.html} {
  General-purpose built-in aggregate SQL functions.
}
doc {Date and Time SQL Functions} {lang_datefunc.html} {
  SQL functions for manipulating dates and times.
}



doc {DataTypes} {datatype3.html} {
  SQLite version 3 introduces the concept of manifest typing, where the
  type of a value is associated with the value itself, not the column that
  it is stored in.
  This page describes data typing for SQLite version 3 in further detail.
}

heading {SQLite Extensions} extensions {
}
doc {Json1 - JSON Integration} {json1.html} {
  SQL functions for creating, parsing, and querying JSON content.
}
doc {FTS5 - Full Text Search} {fts5.html} {
  A description of the SQLite Full Text Search (FTS5) extension.
}
doc {FTS3 - Full Text Search} {fts3.html} {
  A description of the SQLite Full Text Search (FTS3) extension.
}
doc {R-Tree Module} {rtree.html} {
  A description of the SQLite R-Tree extension. An R-Tree is a specialized
  data structure that supports fast multi-dimensional range queries often
  used in geospatial systems.
}
doc {Sessions} {sessionintro.html} {
}
doc {RBU} {rbu.html} {
  A description of the SQLite R-Tree extension. An R-Tree is a specialized
  data structure that supports fast multi-dimensional range queries often
  used in geospatial systems.
}
doc {Spellfix1} {spellfix1.html} {
}
doc {Dbstat Virtual Table} {dbstat.html} {
}
doc {Csv Virtual Table} {csv.html} {
}
doc {Carray} {carray.html} {
}
doc {Run-Time Loadable Extensions} {loadext.html} {
  A general overview on how run-time loadable extensions work, how they
  are compiled, and how developers can create their own run-time loadable
  extensions for SQLite.
}




heading {SQLite Features} features {
  Pages describing specific features or extension modules of SQLite.
}
doc {8+3 Filenames} {shortnames.html} {
  How to make SQLite work on filesystems that only support 
  8+3 filenames.
}
doc {Autoincrement} {autoinc.html} {
................................................................................
  application problems that arise in the field.  This document explains how
  to do that.
}
doc {Foreign Key Support} {foreignkeys.html} {
  This document describes the support for foreign key constraints introduced
  in version 3.6.19.
}



doc {Indexes On Expressions} {expridx.html} {
  Notes on how to create indexes on expressions instead of just
  individual columns.
}
doc {Internal versus External Blob Storage} {intern-v-extern-blob.html} {
  Should you store large BLOBs directly in the database, or store them
  in files and just record the filename in the database?  This document
................................................................................
  SQL standards are ambiguous.  This (circa 2003) document describes
  how SQLite handles NULLs in comparison with other SQL database engines.
}
doc {Partial Indexes} {partialindex.html} {
  A partial index is an index that only covers a subset of the rows in
  a table.  Learn how to use partial indexes in SQLite from this document.
}










doc {Shared Cache Mode} {sharedcache.html} {
  Version 3.3.0 and later supports the ability for two or more
  database connections to share the same page and schema cache.
  This feature is useful for certain specialized applications.
}
doc {Unlock Notify} {unlock_notify.html} {
  The "unlock notify" feature can be used in conjunction with

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hd_puts "<div class=footer id=docs>"
hd_puts <h3>Resources</h3>

set ::footer(tcnt) 0
hd_puts [footer_list overview]
hd_puts [footer_list programming]
hd_puts [footer_list extensions]

hd_puts [footer_list technical]
hd_puts [footer_list advocacy]

hd_puts "<div class=footer style=\"clear:both\"></div>"

hd_puts {
  <script>

  function relayout_docs() {
    var nDoc = 5;
    var i;
    var j;

    for(i=0; i<nDoc; i++){
      var e = document.getElementById("docs_" + i);
      var f = document.getElementById("docs_f" + i);
      f.appendChild(e);







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hd_puts "<div class=footer id=docs>"
hd_puts <h3>Resources</h3>

set ::footer(tcnt) 0
hd_puts [footer_list overview]
hd_puts [footer_list programming]
hd_puts [footer_list extensions]
hd_puts [footer_list features]
hd_puts [footer_list technical]
hd_puts [footer_list advocacy]

hd_puts "<div class=footer style=\"clear:both\"></div>"

hd_puts {
  <script>

  function relayout_docs() {
    var nDoc = 6;
    var i;
    var j;

    for(i=0; i<nDoc; i++){
      var e = document.getElementById("docs_" + i);
      var f = document.getElementById("docs_f" + i);
      f.appendChild(e);