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MySQL: Open-Source Power


MySQL is the most popular, free, open-source database management system for the Unix/Linux platform. The MySQL database management system contains an enormous amount of functionality and power. In this article, Mitchell will describe some of its most popular features and most powerful functions.

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By: Mitchell Harper
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December 09, 2001
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · MySQL: Open-Source Power
  2. · Popular features of MySQL
  3. · Powerful functions of MySQL explained
  4. · Some MySQL language syntax explained
  5. · Conclusion

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MySQL: Open-Source Power - Conclusion
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MySQL really is a powerful database management system. Donít be fooled into thinking that it is useless because itís free. This is far from the truth. MySQL supports most of the features of multi-million dollar database management systems, with newer features being added to MySQL with every new release.

For more information, make sure you read the manual that is included with every MySQL download. It contains invaluable information and is a great place to get help with any issues that you canít resolve. Also, checkout the links below for more MySQL related information.
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