## Redis Set – Commands to manage a set value in redis datastore

###### 1 month ago Lalit Bhagtani 0

Sets are an unordered collection of unique elements, In Redis, sets can be store as a value at key and several redis commands are used to store, manage and retrieved a set value stored in redis database. The syntax for using redis commands is as follows :-

**Syntax :-**

`redis host:post> <Command Name> <key name>`

**Example :-**

**Redis Set Value Commands :- **

Some of the important commands to manage set value in redis database are as follows :-

S.No | Command | Description |
---|---|---|

1 | SADD | Adds one or more elements in the set |

2 | SCARD | Returns size of the set |

3 | SDIFF | Performs difference operation on multiple sets |

4 | SDIFFSTORE | Performs difference operation on multiple sets and store result in a key |

5 | SINTER | Performs intersection operation on multiple sets |

6 | SINTERSTORE | Performs intersection operation on multiple sets and store result in a key |

7 | SISMEMBER | Checks whether a given element is a member of the set or not |

8 | SMEMBERS | Returns all the elements of a set |

9 | SMOVE | Moves an element from one set to another |

10 | SPOP | Removes and return a random element from the set |

11 | SRANDMEMBER | Returns one or more random element from the set |

12 | SREM | Removes one or more elements from the set |

13 | SUNION | Performs union operation on multiple sets |

14 | SUNIONSTORE | Performs union operation on multiple sets and store result in a key |

15 | SSCAN | Incrementally iterates set elements |

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