Mastering SQL

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SYBEX, 2000 - Computers - 841 pages
SQL is the only universal database language and just about every database programmer and administrator needs to know about it. This new, updated edition of the classic Understanding SQL gives newcomers everything they need to know to get started working with SQL code, plus coverage of the SQL 99 standard. The companion CD includes SQL databases for Linux from IBM and Sybase.

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Contents

Aggregate Functions
694
CAST Expressions
701
Constraints
711

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Martin Gruber is a recognized SQL expert and is also the author of "Understanding SQL" and the soon-to-be-published "Mastering SQL," He is a freelance writer, teacher, and consultant based in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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