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Hi there,
As stated in this topic subject, I'd like to get your advice about a very good book to learn T_SQL for MS SQL server. I've a good basic knowledge of SQL and used to develop very simple so in Db2 as background.
I'd prefer to buy a good book which teaches you not only how but also why to do something.
Thanks for your help.
 
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