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Comment:Fix another typo in cintro.html
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User & Date: drh 2017-09-29 12:11:33
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Consistent name for the "SQLite In 5 Minutes Or Less" document. Leaf check-in: 14bfb3bcf4 user: drh tags: branch-3.20
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Fix another typo in cintro.html check-in: 3454b92ec6 user: drh tags: branch-3.20
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Fix typos and poor wording in cintro.html check-in: becd70e3fa user: drh tags: branch-3.20
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  during initialization.
  Note that [sqlite3_open()] can be used to either open existing database
  files or to create and open new database files.
  While many applications use only a single [database connection], there is
  no reason why an application cannot call [sqlite3_open()] multiple times
  in order to open multiple [database connections] - either to the same
  database or to different databases.  Sometimes a multi-threaded application
  will create separate [database connections] for each threads.
  Note that a single [database connection] can access two or more
  databases using the [ATTACH] SQL command, so it is not necessary to
  have a separate database connection for each database file.
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  Many applications destroy their [database connections] using calls to







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  during initialization.
  Note that [sqlite3_open()] can be used to either open existing database
  files or to create and open new database files.
  While many applications use only a single [database connection], there is
  no reason why an application cannot call [sqlite3_open()] multiple times
  in order to open multiple [database connections] - either to the same
  database or to different databases.  Sometimes a multi-threaded application
  will create separate [database connections] for each thread.
  Note that a single [database connection] can access two or more
  databases using the [ATTACH] SQL command, so it is not necessary to
  have a separate database connection for each database file.
</p>

<p>
  Many applications destroy their [database connections] using calls to