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SQLite is a lightweight, open-source, relational database management system that is used for storing and managing data. It is written in C and has a small footprint, making it well-suited for applications that require a standalone database engine with minimal overhead. SQLite is self-contained, meaning that it does not require a server or any external dependencies, and it can be easily integrated into applications using its API. It supports most of the standard SQL commands, as well as some additional features, such as support for user-defined functions and partial indexing. SQLite is commonly used in applications that need a lightweight, embedded database, such as web browsers, mobile phones, and media players.
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