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How SQLite Is Tested
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1. Introduction The reliability and robustness of SQLite is achieved in part by thorough and careful testing. As of version 3.33.0 (2020-08-14), the SQLite library consists of approximately 143.4 KSLOC of C code. (KSLOC means thousands of ... 
SQLite Autoincrement
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1. Summary  ... In SQLite, a column with type INTEGER PRIMARY KEY is an alias for the ROWID (except in WITHOUT ROWID tables) which is always a 64-bit signed integer. On an INSERT, if the ROWID or INTEGER PRIMARY KEY column is ... 
1. Introduction This article describes the SQLite OS portability layer or "VFS" - the module at the bottom of the SQLite implementation stack that provides portability across operating systems.
SQLite Over a Network,Caveats and Considerations Introduction Users of the SQLite library, particularly application developers, who want to access a SQLite database from different systems connected by a network are often tempted to simply open a database connection by ... 
SQLite Shared-Cache Mode
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1. SQLite Shared-Cache Mode Starting with version 3.3.0 (2006-01-11), SQLite includes a special "shared-cache" mode (disabled by default) intended for use in embedded servers. If shared-cache mode is enabled and a thread establishes multiple connections to the same ... 
SQLite As An Application File Format Executive Summary An SQLite database file with a defined schema often makes an excellent application file format. Here are a dozen reasons why this is so: Simplified Application Development Single-File Documents High-Level ... 
Recent SQLite News
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 ... 2020-01-27 - Release 3.31.1 Applications that use SQLite should only interface with SQLite through the officially published APIs. Applications should not depend upon or use the internal data structures of SQLite as those structures might change from ... 
Overview  ... This document provides an overview of dynamic memory allocation within SQLite. The target audience is software engineers who are tuning their use of SQLite for peak performance in demanding environments. Nothing in this document is required knowledge for using SQLite ... 
Limits In SQLite "Limits" in the context of this article means sizes or quantities that can not be exceeded. We are concerned with things like the maximum number of bytes in a BLOB or the maximum number of columns in ... 
1. Overview SQLite contains its own implementation of the string formatting routine "printf()", accessible via the following interfaces: format() → an SQL function returning the formatted string sqlite3_mprintf() → Store the formatted string in memory obtained sqlite3_malloc64(). sqlite3_snprintf() → Store the formatted ... 

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