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SQL approaches and dialects- Quiz
Each question is worth one point. Select the best answer for each question.
 
1. What is a dialect?
Please select the best answer.
  A. A dialect refers to the origin of SQL and is generally geographically oriented.
  B. A dialect results when a particular database engine chooses to ignore the standards and create its own version of the SQL-92 standard.
  C. A dialect refers to statements that make up exceptions and/or additions to the SQL-92 standard and are relative to a particular database engine.
  D. All of the above.


2. What type of language is SQL?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Instructional
  B. English-like
  C. ANSI-standard
  D. Declarative

3. Which explanation most closely matches a definition of client/server approaches to applications?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Client/server refers to how the application is developed, with the client providing the software specification for use on the server.
  B. Client/server refers to the fact that the application uses a central file and print server.
  C. Client/server lets you split functionality between the workstation and the server, allowing each do what it does best for the application.
  D. Client/server is a term for an Internet-enabled application.
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