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466 pages. This book teaches newcomers SQL, the language of databases, and includes examples and syntax for the most widely used database systems. In all its editions, this book has sold more than 150,000 copies and is popular with end users, students, data scientists, statisticians, epidemiologists, analysts, app developers, webmasters, and hobbyists. Thorough cross-referencing makes it a useful desktop reference for experienced SQL programmers. In SQL Run, the author has consolidated and updated his earlier SQL titles in a single book.
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Note: If you own the preceding edition of this book, SQL Database Programming (Fifth Edition), then it’s unnecessary to buy SQL Run, which contains only minor updates and corrections.
Chris Fehily (fehily.com) is a statistician and author living in Carmel, California.