SQL: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Learn SQL Programming 2019 (Unabridged) SQL: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Learn SQL Programming 2019 (Unabridged)

SQL: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Learn SQL Programming 2019 (Unabridged‪)‬

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This book will explain SQL statements in detail in layman terms and will help beginners start writing statements that are related to SQL in much less time. 

SQL is one of the most famous database query languages and can easily make things work in the database applications. We will start with a thorough explanation of the relational databases and the relationships that are present. 

It is obvious to introduce the basic history of SQL and this book does the same. We will then start discussing the special characteristics of the SQL language. 

In the next chapter, we will discuss in detail all the data types that are present. Data types are used to hold the information that we are giving to the system. 

In the next chapter we will start discussing about a lot of basic commands like "create," "drop," and "alter". And the next chapter will deal with more advanced commands with a lot of examples. At the end we will even discuss some of the tools that SQL can possess. 

All the concepts in the book are explained in an easy-to-understand way. All these can be understood using the varied conditions and the examples. Below, in detail, we will explain the most important topics that this book deals with.

Introduction of the relational database systems
Introduction to SQL and all its characteristics, such as schema and conversation
Learn about basic data types that are present in the query language.
You can have a detailed command syntax for creating, deleting, and modifying database objects.
Learn about indexes and constraints in-depth
Know how to search data using operators and wildcard characters.
Know how to modify or update the data using different statements
Know how to get proficient in a lot of tools that the SQL offers.

What are you waiting for? Go and grab this layman introduction to SQL and start writing your own syntax for database applications.

Science & Nature
Adam Buckingham
hr min
18 March
Abraham Smith