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MySQL Database

Sort Direction
Basic Data Filtering and WHERE
Advanced Filtering Using AND and OR
Are you IN or are you NOT IN?
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MySQL Database

Basic Rules for SQL Statements
Getting Multiple Columns
Sorting Results
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A database software is a type of computer program that is designed to handle lots of data, but to store them in such a way that finding (and thus retrieving) any snippet of data is more efficient than it would have been if you simply dumped them willy nilly all over the place. With such database software, if you (say) keep a list of customers and their shipping addresses, entering and retrieving information about your one millionth customer will not take much longer (if at all) than entering and retrieving information about your 1st customer.

Database programs have many different methods for storing and retrieving data, as well as for organising the stored data on the computer. One popular way for accessing data, both to store and to retrieve it, is to use a computer language called "SQL" (often pronounced as "sequel"). SQL was specially designed for database access.

There are many databases that support the use of SQL to access their data, among them MySQL and PostgreSQL. In other words, MySQL is just a type of database, one of many. The same goes for PostgreSQL. These two databases are commonly used by programs that run on websites.if you are a programmer, intending to write a computer program that actually accesses MySQL or some other SQL database, then you will need to learn SQL (as well as a programming language).

Introduction to Databases
Getting a MySQL Server
Creating a Database
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MySQL is the world's most popular open source database software, with over 100 million copies of its software downloaded or distributed throughout it's history. With its superior speed, reliability, and ease of use, MySQL has become the preferred choice for Web, Web 2.0, SaaS, ISV, Telecom companies and forward-thinking corporate IT Managers because it eliminates the major problems associated with downtime, maintenance and administration for modern, online applications.

Many of the world's largest and fastest-growing organizations use MySQL to save time and money powering their high-volume Web sites, critical business systems, and packaged software — including industry leaders such as Yahoo!, Alcatel-Lucent, Google, Nokia, YouTube, Wikipedia, and Booking.com.

The flagship MySQL offering is MySQL Enterprise, a comprehensive set of production-tested software, proactive monitoring tools, and premium support services available in an affordable annual subscription.

MySQL is a key part of LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP / Perl / Python), the fast-growing open source enterprise software stack. More and more companies are using LAMP as an alternative to expensive proprietary software stacks because of its lower cost and freedom from platform lock-in.

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MySQL is currently the most popular open source database server in existence. On top of that, it is very commonly used in conjunction with PHP scripts to create powerful and dynamic server-side applications. MySQL has been criticized in the past for not supporting all the features of other popular and more expensive DataBase Management Systems. However, MySQL continues to improve with each release (currently version 5), and it has become widely popular with individuals and businesses of many different sizes.
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The MySQL functions allows you to access MySQL database servers.
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