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Welcome to! This unique SQL Tutorial is the "sequel" to the highly successful site and will provide you with more advanced easy-to-follow SQL Instruction and the ability to practice what you learn on-line with immediate feedback! You will receive immediate results on a web page after submitting your SQL Commands.
This continuation course will provide you with critical need-to-know advanced features and clauses of the SELECT statement that weren't supported in the previous site. Everything you learn here will be ANSI SQL compliant and should work with most SQL databases such as Oracle, SQL Server, mySQL, MS Access, Informix, Sybase, or any other ANSI SQL compliant database.
If you're already familar with the basics of SQL, you can still use this as a refresher, and practice some SQL statements.
This Intermediate/Advanced SQL Tutorial will cover the SELECT statement in great detail. The SELECT statement is the core of SQL, and it is likely that the vast majority of your SQL commands will be SELECT statements. Due to the enormous amount of options available for the SELECT statement, this entire tutorial has been dedicated to it.
When constructing SQL Queries (with the SELECT statement), it is very useful to know all of the possible options and the best or more efficient way to do things. This Tutorial will help provide you with those skills.
Although it is recommended that you go through (the original site) or at least the SELECT statement on, it isn't required. YOu can start with this site, and then proceed to when you are finished. covers four other SQL Commands and allows you to practice those as well.

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