Publisher: Microsoft Press, 1989, 103 pages
At last! Here is a handy guide for anyone using a database management system that supports the industry-standard SQL. Included are concise descriptions and notes on the statements, major clauses, and subfunctions for the SQL's main components:
Entries are arranged alphabetically within each section to make information immediately accessible. And scores of great examples — for both interactive users and programmers — offer practical insights into common SQL usage. In addition, you'll find a convenient appendix that describes common data types, arithmetic operators, and reserved words used in SQL.
This one wasn't complete even in 1989, when it was written.
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