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How can i download and install sqlite database on Mac? Also does Mac OS X come with sqlite database preinstalled? If yes then how can i find it?

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What do you mean with "download and install sqlite database"? A sqlite database is a file - thats all. There is no "server" or something similar. And every program that will use a sqlite database should have their own tools to get access to this database. – UsersUser Oct 23 '14 at 18:49

The easiest way to install a development copy (incl. headers) is something like Fink's sqlite-dev package. However, you're correct that Mac OS comes with SQLite, in fact multiple copies. One is part of Apple's Core Data framework.

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Just get binaries from here

Or use macports or fink commander to install sqlite package.

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