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HF SQL- SQL Refresher?

Amit Wadhwaa
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Well, I know SQL well enough to get work done, What I need is a book which I can refer to and find quickly what I need (I know the concepts, just tell me how to do it). I know few books will have a primary aim like that, but does HF-SQL has a refresher/Good summary sections for its chapters so it can capture members of audience like me.


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Amit Wadhwaa
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Ok I just realised the title is similar to another threads title, but I am asking a different question
Lynn Beighley
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I think you'd be better off with more of a reference. This book takes time to work through, and builds from one topic to the next in many instances.


Lynn Beighley<br />Author, Head First SQL
 
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