On Mon, May 29, 2000 at 01:45:22PM +0100, John McCormac wrote:
> adam beecher wrote:
> > SQL isn't quite as clear cut, but I've heard plenty of people recommend The
> > Practical SQL Handbook, including Jesus.
>> LAN Guide To SQL (Good book on SQL though slightly old)
> MySQL - Paul Dubois (what other books on MySQL aspire to be when they
> grow up.)
>> > all possible. Last time I saw the PHP book was in that massive bookshop in
> > Dublin, and it was £35. Robbery.
>> I think I paid £48.00 in a book shop here in Waterford. From the quality
> of info, I would have expected to be paying about £60.
There's always the postgresql documentation. Not the greatest, but it
does cover the commands and how to use them.
I have the MySQL/mSQL book here (from ORA), even though I'm
doing my best to stop using MySQL and move to postgres..
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