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The key command is used to interact with Redis databases. It allows you to create, get, put, remove, and iterate data in the server’s hash type structure. It includes a number of other operations, including an atomic incr (increment) command, an atomic getall command, a getrange command, a getrange command, and an append operation.
The key command only modifies the value of the hash field of which the key is a member. You can create a key using the hincrbykey or hset command to increment a field or store an element.
GETKEYB MACRO Description:
The getkey command allows you to access the hash field of which the key is a member. The command requires a single argument, specifying the key for which you want to retrieve the field.
The GETKEY command returns a key only if the key exists in the Redis server. If the key does not exist, the command returns a null value.
PUTKEYB MACRO Description:
The putkey command is used to put a key-value pair in the Redis server. The key is a string and the value is a string, a boolean, or an integer.
The putkey command overwrites the value of the hash field of which the key is a member. The command requires a single argument, specifying the key for which you want to write a value. The command returns a true value if the write operation was successful and a false value if it was not.
DELETEKEY MACRO Description:
The deletekey command is used to delete the key specified in the first argument from the Redis server. It’s just a string that must be the name of the key to be removed.
EXISTS KEY MACRO Description:
The exists command can be used to check if a key exists in a Redis database. The command takes a single argument that specifies the key for which you want to query the database.
GETRANGE KEY LOW HIGH MACRO Description:
The getrange command is used to retrieve the set of values in a range of keys. It takes three arguments. The first is a string that contains the name of the key for which to retrieve all elements. The second is a range of keys, specifying the starting key and the ending key, separated by a “-” character. The third argument is a boolean, which is set to true if the command will return all keys between the starting key and the ending key, including