What is the difference between SQL and T-SQL?

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What is the difference between SQL and T-SQL?
ASKED: March 10, 2009  6:30 PM
UPDATED: April 1, 2009  3:31 PM

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SQL refers to the base Structured Query Language which is an ANSI Standard. T-SQL, also known as Transact-SQL, is a “superset” of SQL which is used by Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase SQL Server. T-SQL supports all the commands that SQL supports, but SQL doesn’t support all the commands that T-SQL supports.

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clarification: MySQL does ~not~ use T-SQL

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    T-SQL is a dialect of SQL/PSM.
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