As in other DBMS using the PLSQL, the DELETE command is used in SQLite to delete rows in tables, as shown in the following syntax:

DELETE FROM [table]

As a practical example we will delete all the rows in a table that stores data of products from a store.

DELETE FROM product

Note that using the above command all the rows in the table will be deleted, so need to use the command with the WHERE clause, check below.

DELETE FROM product WHERE cod_prod = 1

SQLite

SQLite has become a great option for simple web application, want to know more? Visit our official page on the SQLite in PHP projects.

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