Chapter 9. Creating Queries

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The database object used to store data is the table, but even the best-designed table has limitations. For example, if a table holds more than a few dozen records, it’s difficult to look through the table and find records that meet a particular criterion. You may want to display all orders from a specific customer without having to wade through the entire table to find ...

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