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ISBN:0878353364
Author: Philip J Pratt
ISBN13: 978-0878353361
Title: A guide to SQL
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Language: English
Category: Mathematics
Publisher: Boyd & Fraser (1990)
Pages: 194

A guide to SQL by Philip J Pratt



Phil Pratt and Mary Last continue to present basic SQL commands in a business context using Oracle. The tex A GUIDE TO SQL, 8E, illustrates the basics of SQL programming using straightforward instruction and extensive hands-on exercises. Phil Pratt and Mary Last continue to present basic SQL commands in a business context using Oracle

A guide to SQL. by Philip J. Pratt. Publication date 1995. Publisher Boyd & Fraser. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive.

Philip J. Pratt is Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Computer Science at Grand Valley State University, where he taught for 33 years. His teaching interests include database management, systems analysis, complex analysis, and discrete mathematics.

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Reviews: 5
Juce
The book was in decent shape, no missing pages and is a really great read. This has taken me from novice to awesome in a week.
Scoreboard Bleeding
I didn't choose this book, it is required for an SQL class I am taking. In our class we are using Microsoft SQL Server 7, and the book tells you that the code will work on any flavors of SQL (or maybe I misread) but it actually focuses on Oracle. Some commands are really different for MSSQL,which uses Transact-SQL, and I have to do a lot of searching to find the equivalents in Microsoft's version.
The book is made for beginners, real beginners. It tells you a little bit about the history of SQL and stuff. Then it starts talking about databases in general, but it never gets really far, it just briefly explains what databases are, and I think people would want more than what is said here.
Then it starts with SQL scripting and all the normal chapters.
One thing I didn't like, is that in the first chapter it jumps you to the code, before explaining what it does. And it never really explains the code thoroughly. It could use more examples with different situations.
One more thing, this is the kind of book that you have to follow the little game. "We are building this database...", it's all been done for you, you never get to design or understand the concepts of designing a database, and doesn't explain a lot about foreign keys and relationships. It tells you "it's a real world database"...but you never really learn anything until you do it on your own.
I wouldn't recommend it...
Rindyt
Good guide
Broadraven
The book "jumps" around a lot. Many concepts of the Database are not clear or confusing.I take a Database design class which requires this book, but I absolutely don't recommend it to anyone looking to get some knowledge in SQL.
Lanin
Sketchy at best. Gives some good examples but does not cover all of the SQL language. Jumps around a lot. Definitely not worth the 30+ dollars.