An application that does not persist its data in a database is a rarity. Programming languages reflect this trend. That's why all languages provide a robust and flexible library for database access. Java is no exception.
//calling the getUserList method for user whose id is 23
That completes a basic application. Also, it brings us to the end of this discussion. However, we have just scratched the surface of the iceberg called JDBC. In the future each aspect of the JDBC will be discussed in detail. Till then...
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