Like in other programming languages, SQL also has certain datatypes available. A brief idea of all the datatypes are discussed below.
1. Binary Datatypes :
There are four subtypes of this datatype which are given below :
2. Exact Numeric Datatype :
There are nine subtypes which are given below in the table. The table contains the range of data in a particular type.
3. Approximate Numeric Datatype :
The subtypes of this datatype are given in the table with the range.
4. Character String Datatype :
The subtypes are given in below table –
5. Unicode Character String Datatype :
The details are given in below table –
6. Date and Time Datatype :
The details are given in below table.
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