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Diffrent kind of SQL?

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Hi,
 I just want to start learnning SQL6.5 but I saw different name and type of SQL. could you please tell me the difference between SQL Server, SQL Workstation and SQL Client?
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SQL Workstation is actually single-user version of SQL server. You can do with the SQl Server whatever you can do with SQL SERVER. The SQL client enable you to computers acting as a clients to connect to SQL SERVER.
I hope it helps you to understand the concepts.
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