Sams Teach Yourself SQL in 24 Hours
by Ryan Stephens, Ron Plew
Publisher: Sams 2011
Number of pages: 497
This book presents the key features of SQL (Structured Query Language) in an easy to understand format with updated code examples, notes, diagrams, exercises, and quizzes. New material covers more information on transactions, constructs, embedded databases, and object-oriented programming. In this edition, the authors include examples based on a database like MySQL, a very popular open source database.
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