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Speaking SQL (part 2)

After learning how to insert and edit data in a database, thesecond part of our SQL tutorial takes an in-depth look at the SELECTquery,and explains how to use joins, sub-queries and built-in functions tofocus in on the data you need.

  1. Speaking SQL (part 2)
  2. Christmas Presents
  3. Teacher's Pet
  4. Reading Backwards
  5. Count() Me In
  6. Like, You Know, Man...
  7. Joining Them Together
  8. Nest Egg
By: icarus, (c) Melonfire
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January 18, 2001

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Last time out, I showed you how to get your data into a database with the INSERT statement, and edit it with the UPDATE and DELETE statements. And this time, I'm going to show you how to extract specific "slices" of data from your database using a variety of SELECT statements.

Let's get started!

This article copyright Melonfire 2001. All rights reserved.

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