The primary use case for deleting sets in Redis using Node.js is when you want to remove unwanted data from your Redis database. This can help free up memory and keep your database organized.
Here's an example of how to delete a set in Redis using the
del command in Node.js:
In this example, we first create a Redis client then connect to the Redis server. We then use the
del command to delete a set named 'mySet'. The callback function logs the confirmation of deleted set on successful deletion.
Remember that the
del command can be used to delete not only sets but also keys, lists, hashes, etc.
delcommand will simply return 0 in this case.
Q: What does the
del command return?
del command returns the number of keys that were removed.
Q: Can I delete multiple sets at once?
A: Yes, you can delete multiple sets at once using the
del command. Simply pass multiple key names as arguments to the