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hi,
I want to buy a good book on database (rdbms) concepts. Any suggestions for good books.
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Trupti
 
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Moving this to the Bunkhouse Porch forum...
 
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any reply will be really appreciated..
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Agree, C.J. Date books are classic. Check this page: http://www.pgro.uk7.net/books.htm
To start with, this book is probably the best:
An Introduction to Database Systems
It's horribly expensive but used copies are quite affordable.
Also check a web site from where C.J. Date with his friend Fabian Pascal wage a war against OOP, XML and the IT industry as a whole.
[ December 08, 2003: Message edited by: Mapraputa Is ]
 
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