Truncate Table Drop-Table
It is a DDL Command This command is used to remove a table from the database.
It is executed using a table lock and the whole table is locked while removing all the records. Using this, all the rows, indexes and other privileges shall also be removed.
The WHERE clause cannot be used with TRUNCATE. By using this command, no DML triggers shall be fired.
It removes all rows within a table. Once started, this operation cannot be rolled back again.
Minimum logging required in the transaction log. Hence, it is more efficient. It is also a DDL command.
This command is used to remove all the data by re-allocating the data pages to store only table data and only using it for recording page deallocations. Removes multiple table data definitions within a database.

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