This topic will cover everything having to do with PHP, SQL, and MySQL, to help you in all of you web development quests. You’ll be able to find virtually anything you need and should come back often to see what we have added.
Getting the hang of a query language can be tough, but with our top MySQL tips and examples that are ideal for website development, you should be able to start building your own queries to use in a PHP web page.
Think you are up to the task of managing data in a relational database?Then test your SQL skills with this quick quiz and see whether you need to quit your day job or ask for a raise instead.
Coming across a SQL IN statement should not be anything strange to the SQL developer. Not even the newbies. This is an operator that should be used more often that it usually is. Let us see what makes this operator deserve more recognition than it receives.
The SQL RTRIM function is a little function with a small name that doesn’t seem to have much going for it. That is not exactly the case. As you read on you will begin to understand the roles RTRIM plays in SQL.
You have probably tried to create a XML file from SQL and found it is not as standardized as you thought it should be. This does not mean it is a difficult task. Have a look at this guide which brings to light the procedures on how to get it done.
Have you ever looked at other people’s code and found it more elegant than yours? Well, you too can have efficient code, with focus on the SQL BETWEEN operator.
Buy an SQL book and you’ll be a master? Of course not. But this is a good place to start. Don’t settle for, “I think this is a good book.” Use the following resource and find out for yourself. Learn SQL today.
For as long as software has existed there have been battles over which application is better than which. Without explicitly taking any sides, here is a more subtle look at PostgreSQL vs MSSQL Server and what they have to offer in comparison to one another.
You might be having trouble with inconsistent data – more specifically, with duplicate information. There is a solution, which lies with the SQL select distinct query modifier. The rest of this article explains more about it.
There are times when using a simple SQL statement will not give you the results you want. It’s even possible that you may have to use more than one query. Find out how you can ease your data extraction using the SQL subquery statement.