In SQL, which of the following is not a data definition language command?

Data definition language (DDL) commands, such as UPDATE, are not data manipulation language (DML) commands. DDL commands are used to create, alter, and destroy database items in the schema as well as define the database schema. The DDL commands CREATE, ALTER, and DROP are a few examples. On the other hand, DML commands, including as SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE, are used to manage the data contained in the database.

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