Just sticking some notes in here on this:

PRIMARY KEY constraint enforces entity integrity. It is a type of unique constraint that does not allow NULL values.

FOREIGN KEY constraint enforces referential integrity.

UNIQUE constraint guarantees that a column contains unique values in each row (can have one NULL value).

CHECK constraint enforces domain integrity.

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