At the risk of sounding completely dumb and non-responsive, I strongly
suggest reading the postgres documentation which includes a tutorial.
I also find SQL Cookbook by Molinaro to an extremely useful reference.
The power of postgres is contained in no small part by its strong
regular expression features. For that I recommend the "bible"
Friedl's Regular Expression book from O'Reilly. The study of regular
expressions rewards 10-fold every moment it consumes.
On May 21, 2010, at 5:11 PM, Donn Washburn wrote:
> Hey Group;
> I have openSuSE 11.3 M7 version pf 8.4. What would be a good
> starter book.
> I will be using pgsql as a small business DB.
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