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SQL : The Complete Reference / With CD - 2nd edition

SQL : The Complete Reference / With CD (ISBN10: 0072225599; ISBN13: 9780072225594)
ISBN13: 978-0072225594
ISBN10: 0072225599

Learn all you need to know about SQL with this one-stop resource. Updated to include information on Web services and XML, this complete guide also comes with a Windows 2000- and XP- compatible CD containing 4 databases (SQL Server 2000, IBM DB2 Version 7.2, Sybase, and my SQL).

Edition/Copyright: 2ND 02
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Osborne/Mcgraw Hill, Inc.
Published: 08/28/2002
International: No

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