Introduction To SQL And PC / SQL

Introduction To SQL And PC / SQL

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Publisher Laxmi Publications All BCA - Bachelor of Computer Applications books by Laxmi Publications
ISBN 9788131800386
Author: Sharad Maheshwari, Ruchin Jain
Number of Pages 406
Edition First Edition
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Introduction To SQL And PC / SQL by Sharad Maheshwari, Ruchin Jain
Book Summary:

Introduction to SQL and PL/SQL provides a complete guide to the practical implementations of DBMS concepts including SQL and PL/SQL evelopment. This book assumes no prior knowledge of the reader about the subject. It is very useful for B.E., B.Tech., BCA, PGDCA, PGDIT, MCA, B.Sc. (CSE/IT), M.Sc. (CSE/IT), M.I.T., MBA and M.Tech. curriculum of all universities, computer institutes and DOEACC students of O, A & B levels.

This book is also very useful for campus interviews and competitive examinations, which require extensive Oracle, SQL or DBMS practical knowledge. A large number of examples, practical questions, objective questions. FAQs are also available in this book, which are very useful in universities and job-oriented examinations of various reputed companies.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B.E., B.Tech., BCA, PGDCA, PGDIT, MCA, B.Sc. (CSE/IT), M.Sc. (CSE/IT), M.I.T., MBA and M.Tech. Student.
Table of Content :

1. Introduction

2. Getting Started

3. Alter, Views and Index

4. SQL Plus Functions

5. Normalization

6. Relations, Join, Reports

7. Introduction to PL/SQL

8. Cursors

9. Trigger

10. Subprograms : Procedure and Functions