Get yourself trained on Oracle SQL with this Online Training Oracle SQL : Hands on Practical Step by Step Training.
Online Training Oracle SQL : Hands on Practical Step by Step Training
This course teaches beginners what SQL is and how it works. The course materials are all videos making it easy to follow along. The course is less than 2 hours long and structured in a logical and easy to follow functional way. This course is easy to follow and will teach a beginner how to create , read , update and delete data from a database. (C.R.U.D) which are the four main things that SQL is used for on a database. The video courses includes: SQL SUB LANGUAGES Creating Tables Updating Data Deleting Data Reading Data Restricting and Sorting Data Adding Data to Database Operators Data types and Constraints
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