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Public Forum Connect with SQLite developers and other SQLite users on the SQLite Forum. This is the preferred way to get free help with SQLite. There was formerly a mailing list devoted to discussions about SQLite, but as of 2020 ... 
Well-Known Users of SQLite SQLite is used by literally millions of applications with literally billions and billions of deployments. SQLite is the most widely deployed database engine in the world today. A few of the better-known users of ... 
Single-file Cross-platform Database A database in SQLite is a single disk file¹. Furthermore, the file format is cross-platform. A database that is created on one machine can be copied and used on a different machine with ... 
SQLite Is Transactional
 ... All changes within a single transaction in SQLite either occur completely or not at all, even if the act of writing the change out to the disk is interrupted by a program crash, an operating system crash, or a power ... 
SQLite is a Self Contained System
 ... The entire SQLite library is encapsulated in a single source code file that requires no special facilities or tools to build. A minimal build of SQLite requires just these routines from the standard C library: memcmp() memcpy() memmove() memset() strcmp ... 
SQLite Copyright Release Template
Copyright Release for Contributions To SQLite SQLite is software that implements an embeddable SQL database engine. SQLite is available for free download from The principal author and maintainer of SQLite has disclaimed all copyright interest in ... 
SQLite Developers
 ... Richard Hipp began the SQLite project on 2000-05-29 and continues to serve as the project architect. Richard was born, lives, and works in Charlotte, North Carolina. He holds degrees from Georgia Tech (MSEE, 1984) and Duke University (PhD ... 
The sqlite3_config() interface is used to make global configuration changes to SQLite in order to tune SQLite to the specific needs of the application. The default configuration is recommended for most applications and so this routine is usually not necessary ... 


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