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    Thumbs down Unanswered: MySQL Select queries

    Hi All ,

    I am grouping all possible SELECT queries i MySQL 4.* and above version .
    Please tell me is there any website that will give me all possible Select queries list .

    Thanks ,
    Sushma

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    Quote Originally Posted by sushma007
    that will give me all possible Select queries list
    All possible SELECT queries? That's an infinite list
    What exactly are you looking for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shammat
    All possible SELECT queries? That's an infinite list
    What exactly are you looking for?
    I mean list of SELECT queries (covering most of the syntaxes) .

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    Quote Originally Posted by sushma007
    Please tell me is there any website that will give me all possible Select queries list .
    no, there is not
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    ... the MySQL reference manual?
    ... there used to be an O'Reilly book which tried to comapre the various servewr based SQL db's
    ... a ANSI standard SQL..... granted no server is 100% compatible.. but then again its would be better to write compatible SQL rather than vendor specific SQL, then you would need to know in which areas does MySQL (and its various flavours) differ from ANSI SQL
    I don't think there is a quick and easy unified page that will tell you all that for all versions of MySQL

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    Quote Originally Posted by sushma007
    I mean list of SELECT queries (covering most of the syntaxes).
    Sounds like you are looking for the reference manual (as healdem also pointed out)
    Is http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/select.html what you are looking for?

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