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SQLdevelopers are earning higher salary in ITindustry, but, its not about writing queries its about understanding and applying the right query at right time and this course will let youunderstandcomplex SQLStatements in an easy way. Moreover,This Course will teach you how toextract Data from Database and write complex queries to a database This course will focus on a wider scaleby Covering Structure Query Language SQLconcepts as a whole, whether Students work withMySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle Server, etc.This course have 5 Chaptersin which you will learnChapter 1Fundamentals FundamentalsBuilding BlocksSelecting Records from DBWorking withArithmetic ExpressionsChapter 2Conditioning Sorting and OperatorsLogical OperatorsComparison OperatorsOperator PrecedenceSorting ResultsChapter 3 FunctionsCharacter FunctionsNumber FunctionsDate FunctionsConversionsGeneralPurpose FunctionsNesting FunctionsChapter 4 GroupingMultiple Row Functions on a single TableMultiple Row Functions on Many TableChapter 5JoinsUnderstandingPrimary KeyUnderstandingForeign KeyUnderstandingNeed of JoinsCartesian ProductEquie Join Simple Join Self JoinNon Equie JoinOuter JoinSelf JoinCourse is Designed forCollege and University Students who want Solid SQLand Data BaseConcepts in a short period of time.
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