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Re: sql tutorial reference...

 On Sat, Mar 29, 2008 at 09:40:21AM -0400, Stephen Adler wrote: 
> Guys, 
> I'm trying to bone up on sql, and I'm poking around on google to find a 
> good web page which gives a brief review of sql syntax, and I get way 
> too many hits. So I was wondering what you guys use as a reference to 
> lookup that odd sql command to do your quearies or inserts, or joins or 
> whatever. 
> Thanks. Steve. 

The documentation on the MYSQL website is a very good place to start. 

SQL is not a univeral language and there was differences between 
database implimentations, especially DME stuff and table manipulations. 


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