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Unless you've spent the best years of your life formulating SQL queries on such things as how to ask for a cup of coffee, chances are that trying to analyze a sophisticated SQL string leaves you a bit baffled. On the other hand, SQL was not intended to be the language for casual conversation. SQL was designed to make the conversation between a program and a database management system (DBMS) easier and more effective. Unfortunately, as developers, we are just the ones deputed to govern such a dialog. In other words, we're required to understand and be affluent in SQL.


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