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Old January 7th, 2004, 04:22 PM
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Good Day!
The problem is that I could't find the source code to "Beginning SQL Programming" book in this site.
I've not even found this book here, though its was published by "Wrox Press Ltd" in 2001 year, as marked in it.

I'll be very gratefull someone help me to get the sourse for the demonstration projects of this book.
Thanks!!!!

P.S. In the book itself it's noticed, that the code may be recieved on www.wrox.com
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Old January 7th, 2004, 04:27 PM
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Please excuse me while I blow my brains out...

First, There is no need to post the same exact message asking the same exact question in two forums.

Second, if you read anything in either forum- you would have the answer to your question.

Third, if you clicked the "Download Code" link at the top of the page AND ACTUALLY READ WHAT IT SAID you would have the answer to your question.

Fourth, If you clicked on the FAQ's or Sticky topics in the forums, you would have your answer.


If you don't want to read, why did you buy a book?



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Old January 7th, 2004, 04:50 PM
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Do you mean this:
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quote:What happened to the code downloads for the rest of the Wrox books?
We only own the rights to the code that goes with the works we purchased and new works we will publish. (See the Wrox booklist at: www.wrox.com/misc-pages/booklist.shtml.) Please contact Apress (www.apress.com/about/contact.html) for information about obtaining code downloads and support for any other former Wrox books.
And Who should I contact to if there's nobody of that book authors on the page: www.apress.com/about/contact.html?

What do you advise me to particularly undertake to get the code for this book?

Thanks!

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Old January 7th, 2004, 05:02 PM
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I mean the text that is on the top of the DOWNLOAD CODE page here at Wrox... Read it. The first FAQ there answers your question. If you don't understand that- the second one repeats the same answer.

The link provided in the first answer, to apress, will- if you read that page.. give you all the information you need.. and you could have done it all without asking me...








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In other words, www.wrox.com is not relevant to this problem, as you're forbiden to place that book's code on your site, isn't it?

And is it necessary to contact www.apress.com with all questions about that book?



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Docker:

Yes, your last post is 100% correct.

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And what will Hal Levy say? :-)

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I'd say the same thing. Jim- being who he is- is the one who wrote the FAQ that I keep pointing you to.


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All right!
Begin to bore www.apress.com webmasters with this trouble! :-)

P.S. What do you think about my English? (Very sorry for the offtop :((( )

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Where is the Souce code For Beginning SQL Programming book.

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