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A SQL application consists of a program written in a host language, like C or C++, into which SQL and dynamic SQL (DSQL) statements are embedded. Any SQL or DSQL statement supported by InterBase can be embedded in a host language. Each SQL or DSQL statement must be:
- Preceded by the keywords
- Ended with the statement terminator expected by the host language. For example, in C and C++, the host terminator is the semicolon (;).
For a complete list of SQL and DSQL statements supported by InterBase, see the Language Reference Guide.