SQL reference guide v.1.02
|Submitted on: 11/2/2002 12:04:55 PM |
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Compatibility:SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 7.0, SQL Server 6.5 and earlier, Other
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| This is a little piece of paper which I made for the classes which I teach in VB, and this reference guide has been made for use with ACCESS-databases but should work with SQL SERVER.
It is a reference guide to SQL with the most used commands, elements and more.
Insert, delete or update rows,
Insert, delete or change tables,
and Sub queries.
It's in PDF to make sure that it will only fill on A4-page (had to zip it for planetsourcecode).
Please vote and send comments to improve it.
v. 1.01.: Have just corrected som spelling errors.
v. 1.02.: A correction have been made to UNION, INTERSECT, EXCEPT.
If there seems to be interest in more of this kind of references, I might send out some more.|
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|11/4/2002 10:04:57 AM:|
The "intersect/union/except" contains
an error. It should state the tables
must have the same number/type of
columns, not rows.
|11/4/2002 2:23:13 PM:Dcasso|
Thanks, it is an error that now have
|11/6/2002 2:33:29 AM:sunilj20|
great, i am interested in such kind of
|11/6/2002 2:34:24 AM:sunilj20|
great, am intrested in such kinbd of
|11/6/2002 7:57:53 AM:|
A very good and straightforward
|11/6/2002 9:14:56 AM:neil|
wonderful... five globes!
|11/6/2002 4:28:21 PM:Dcasso|
Thanks for the nice comments, i've just
finished on a HTML-guide and would
there fore like to know if it has any
Since there are no category
for HTML i would also like to know, if
anybody have an idea on how to tackle
|11/11/2002 12:57:42 AM:Dilshan Jesook|
Just what I needed. Thanx dude.
|11/11/2002 10:32:21 AM:majianlord|
i WOULD LIKE ANY SUCH GUIDES. i AM
BUILDING MY REFFRENCE LIBRAY AND THIS
WAS A GREAT ADDTION. i WILL LOOK FOR
MORE FROM YOU HERE.
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