SQL language crash course (just enough to be dangerous)

Friday Sep 25th 2009 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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You can't get far in the SQL Server world without some SQL up your sleeve.

[From Search SQL Server]

The SQL language – which stands for "Structured Query Language" though these days "SQL" is pretty much a word itself – is shared by most major relational database management platforms including Microsoft SQL Server.

There are many American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standards for SQL and the very basics of the syntax have been standardized for some time.

You can't get far in the SQL Server world without some SQL up your sleeve. Here are the basics of the SQL language.

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