A Primer on SQL
by Rahul Batra
Number of pages: 64
A free ebook teaching the basics of SQL assuming no prior knowledge of it. While the examples and text use Ingres as the database management system, the code should work correctly on any SQL compliant database. Covers topics ranging from creating your database to understanding joins.
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