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by David Perry
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There are a lot of books on SQL and many more web sites. The classic difficulty is that the books tend to be shallow overviews for complete beginners and the web sites tend to have deep knowledge on one very specific problem. How is a newcomer to this growing field supposed to work with the small whispers provided by most books or weed through the mountains of very specific data to be found online? This book attempts to bridge the gap. $0$0 $0 $0Practical SQL is written by David Perry, a professional database administrator who knows exactly what new professionals are and are not likely to need. We begin with the basic concepts and queries covered by most other books, but in a very condensed format. We then move on the administrative tasks and interfaces, basic SQL programming, Crystal Reports and even a little MySQL primer: A small collection of the stuff you need, minus the fluff you don't
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