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Old December 14th, 2004, 08:33 PM
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I'm going for a job interview in a few days and one of the requirements is a real basic understanding of VBA and sequel. I noticed there is a bunch of information on here about both but I think the majority is at a more advanced level than I need. Would anybody be able to help me out with some real fundamental explanations to see if it's something I can handle??

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Both are big subjects. Best thing is to get a beginners book on both subjects out of the library. That shouldn't be too difficult - there are far more basic books than advanced books.

Hope this helps,

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Old December 15th, 2004, 08:41 AM
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First things first, if you are going to be hired as a "sequel" person, it is spelled "SQL" and stands for "Structured Query Language." You're not going to find any beginners books on "sequel."

SELECT * FROM Users WHERE Clue > 0;
0 Rows Returned

When that code is funny to you, you're nearly there.


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