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SQL Pocket Guide: A Guide to SQL Usage Third Edition
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From the Publisher
|Learning SQL||Head First SQL||SQL Cookbook||SQL in a Nutshell||The Art of SQL||SQL and Relational Theory|
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About the Author
Jonathan Gennick is an SQL aficionado who writes extensively on the SQL language and other database topics. He is the author of several books, and also a number of articles in Oracle Magazine. He is currently a book editor focusing on database titles, primarily involving Oracle and SQL Server.
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Be aware by itself this is not a good intro book for SQL. But it's a great reference to keep with you while you're learning (at least I found it so as somebody who is not a DBA, but works with databases on a near-daily basis). And you can't go wrong for the cost
I had a terrible MS SQL class in college, and I am going through the hackerrank.com exercises, and so far, it's helped with every one.
Pages 124 - > End and the index are high value, they explain all selects, and methods therein.
Not a quick and easy reference. In the interest of covering a number of versions it covers none well or completely. Sorry I bought it. Not up to usual O'Reilly standards.