In SQLite updating a record is performed using the UPDATE command, as in other DBMS that also use the PLSQL language.

UPDATE [Table]

SET [Column] = [Value]

Using the above syntax all records of the table will be updated, so use the WHERE clause is essential because hardly all records are updated with the same value. Check out two examples, the first showing the general update of records and another updating only a specific record.


SET Brand = ‘Citroen’



SET Brand = ‘Citroen’

WHERE cod_car = 1

In both commands the table “Car” will be updated, but only in second example the record with code 1 will be.


SQLite is without doubt one of the best options for web applications with low complexity, learn more on our official page about SQLite in PHP projects.

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