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This book is subtitled "Master Next Generation Web Database Techniques",
so you might be forgiven for thinking that it has something to do with
the web, or HTML, or distributed computing. No such luck. What you really
get is mostly a collection of annotated source code listings for a simple
SQL interpreter and database using plain text files,padded out with one or two
chapters of introduction to SQL and JDBC. If you are interested in how
an SQL database might be written, or you want to provide an SQL/JDBC interface
to some plain text files then it could still be a ueful book, but I can't give
a good review to any book which so wildly misrepresents itself.(Frank Carver - Sheriff, Nov 2000)

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