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Working with Temporary Objects in SQL Server

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Learn about Temporary objects like Temporary tables in SQL Server.


10 Easy Steps to a Complete Understanding of SQL

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As with every language, SQL takes a lot of practice to master. These 10 simple steps will help you make more sense of the every day SQL that you are writing.


Send Email Using PHPMailer and CodeIgniter

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Send Email Using PHPMailer and Codeigniter provides you simple ways to send email in Codeigniter using PHPMailer as Library



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Visual SQL JOINS, Left join, right join, INNER join, FULL OUTER JOIN


How to easily install a local MySQL/PHP server

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An easy way to develop PHP and MySQL apps locally. How to set up a local apache server with a couple of clicks.


MySQL Database for Beginners

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Go from Beginner to Pro in MySQL Databases with Bucky Roberts.


MySQL group_concat()

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MySQL GROUP_CONCAT() function returns a string with concatenated non-NULL value from a group.


MySQL bit_count() function

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MySQL BIT_COUNT() returns the number of bits set in the argument.


MySql - current_date

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In MySQL the CURRENT_DATE returns the current date in ‘YYYY-MM-DD’ format or YYYYMMDD format depending on whether numeric or string is used in the function. CURDATE() and CURRENT_DATE() a


MySql Data Types

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A data type specifies a particular type of data, such as integer, floating-point, Boolean etc. A data type also specifies the possible values for that type, the operations that can be performed on tha


MySQL substring() function

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MySQL SUBSTRING() returns a specified number of characters from a particular position of a given string.


MySql count() function

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MySQL COUNT() function returns a count of number of non-NULL values of a given expression.If it does not find any matching row, it returns 0.

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