Structured Query Language - A Practical Introduction
by Akeel I. Din
Publisher: NCC Blackwell 1994
Number of pages: 190
Introductory text for learning SQL, it shows you how to use the language with crystal-clear explanations and examples. For more advanced and vendor-specific topics (triggers, stored procs, etc.) you'll probably need to look at the vendor's documentation.
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by Mark McIlroy - Blue Sky Technology
An introduction to the use of SQL to retrieve data and generate query result tables. The book covers SQL queries and is suitable for beginners and intermediate users. This includes an on-line environment where you can try out the examples.
by Krishna Rungta - guru99
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