Dbms, PL-SQL Programming

DBMS:

The answer to this question is of course given in of the theory book.

This book is concerned with SQL DBMSs and SQL databases in particular. Soon we will be looking at some of the features we might expect to find in an SQL DBMS-"might" because not all the standard features we describe are found in all SQL implementations.

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