CQL lexical structure
CQL input consists of statements. Like SQL, statements change data, look up data, store data, or change the way data is stored. Statements end in a semicolon (;).
For example, the following is valid CQL syntax:
SELECT * FROM MyTable; UPDATE MyTable SET SomeColumn = 'SomeValue' WHERE columnName = B70DE1D0-9908-4AE3-BE34-5573E5B09F14;
This is a sequence of two CQL statements. This example shows one statement per line, although a statement can usefully be split across lines as well.