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Test: Starting with Xcode for iPhone development

4. What database management system is used to store the data in an iPhone application?



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Correct Answer: SQLite
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SQLite is a small but powerful open source database management system. You can see this library included as libsqlite3.0.dylib in the iPhone applications that use SQLite database to store its data (as opposed to some flat files).
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