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@node  Tutorial, Back-ends, Introduction, Introduction
@section Tutorial

The zeptodb tools are used to create small databases that are stored to
disk and then to store, fetch and remove records from those databases.
Note that these databases are much simpler than, say, SQL databases.
The databases follow the DBM format as created by the GDBM library
@pxref{Back-ends}.  Each record in a DBM database consists of a key and
a value.  All keys and values are stored as plain text, regardless of
their formats.

First, you create a new database with @command{zdbc}:

@example
$ zdbc foo.db







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@node  Tutorial, Back-ends, Introduction, Introduction
@section Tutorial

The zeptodb tools are used to create small databases that are stored to
disk and then to store, fetch and remove records from those databases.
Note that these databases are much simpler than, say, SQL databases.
The databases follow the DBM format as created by the GDBM library
(@pxref{Back-ends}).  Each record in a DBM database consists of a key and
a value.  All keys and values are stored as plain text, regardless of
their formats.

First, you create a new database with @command{zdbc}:

@example
$ zdbc foo.db