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    Unanswered: Pl/sql ?

    I have decided to learn oracle pl/sql.
    I have a fair knowledge of sql.
    Currently I have the foll. bk in consideration :
    Oracle PL/SQL Programming, 3rd Edition
    Steven Feuerstein, Bill Pribyl


    What do you guys recommend??

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    Re: Pl/sql ?

    Originally posted by bdba
    I have decided to learn oracle pl/sql.
    I have a fair knowledge of sql.
    Currently I have the foll. bk in consideration :
    Oracle PL/SQL Programming, 3rd Edition
    Steven Feuerstein, Bill Pribyl


    What do you guys recommend??
    SAM'S - Learn PL/SQL in 21 Days

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    Thanks for the relpy.
    But will it explain me enough things in programming?
    I dont want a fast course but one which wilmake me a descent programmer in these language.

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    I dont want a fast course but one which wilmake me a descent programmer in these language. >> Then the docs would be the best way to learn!

    Originally posted by bdba
    Thanks for the relpy.
    But will it explain me enough things in programming?
    I dont want a fast course but one which wilmake me a descent programmer in these language.

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    Re: Pl/sql ?

    Originally posted by bdba
    I have decided to learn oracle pl/sql.
    I have a fair knowledge of sql.
    Currently I have the foll. bk in consideration :
    Oracle PL/SQL Programming, 3rd Edition
    Steven Feuerstein, Bill Pribyl


    What do you guys recommend??
    I know the book, read, used and reviewed the last version for steven and all i have to say : READ IT ! It's the best in it's kind.

    Hope this helps
    Edwin van Hattem
    OCP DBA / System analyst

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    Oracle 9i PL/SQL Programming, by Scott Urman
    Oracle - DB2 - MS Access -

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    book

    I learned on the book you mentioned. Good book, examples are sometimes wrong, but I only found that once, and that happens with all books.

    The best way to learn is by doing. Jump in the water and swim.
    Michellea Southern-David

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