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Can you tell me the difference between a composite key and a primary key?

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The difference between primary key and composite key is as follows:-

The primary key is used to uniquely identify the column of the table whose every row data is unique. In the table every row must have a primary key and no two rows can have the same primary key. The values of the primary key can never be null nor can be modified or updated.

When a set of columns will uniquely identify every row in the table it is called as Composite Key is which is a form of the candidate key.

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