The practical SQL handbook: using structured query language

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Addison-Wesley, 1993 - Computers - 453 pages
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A complete guide to using SQL in the workplace, The Practical SQL Handbook guides readers step-by-step through the basic vocabulary and functions of the language and describes how to use it to develop applications. It covers the fundamentals of database design, security, and data integrity.

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User Review  - shoomg - LibraryThing

I learned a lot about SQL from reading this book. It was a good reference back in 1994 when I bought it. I'm giving it only three stars now because it is so out of date - if it were the current edition I'd rate it higher. Read full review

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This is a good introduction to writing SQL for database systems. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
SQL AND RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT
13
DESIGNING DATABASES
27
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About the author (1993)

Judith Bowman, founder of Boston-based Protocol Consultants International, is a veteran of protocol education. She provides training, seminars, personal coaching, and speaking services for small and medium companies, as well as Fortune 500 firms. She works with corporate executives and political leaders. A graduate of Boston College, she has written articles for Forbes, CFO magazine. CNN Everyday Money, Women's Business. the Boston Business Journal, Self magazine, The Boston Globe, the Boston Herald, and others. In addition, she has authored a weekly etiquette column--"Everyday Etiquette"--for six years, which is syndicated throughout New England.

Emerson is a technical writer and consultant with 20 years of experience in the software industry.

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