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Difference between varchar and char in SQL

1- CHAR used to store character string value of fixed length but VARCHAR store alphanumeric value of variable length.

2-CHAR maximum 255 characters  but VARCHAR maximum 65535 characters.

3-CHAR faster than VARCHAR.

4-CHAR uses static memory allocation but VARCHAR uses dynamic memory allocation

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