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Searching Sybase databases

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Okay, so you've created your database, you've created your tables, and you've created your indexes, now what? Well, now you can benefit from all that work by searching through the data. The number of ways for searching your data is staggering. You can

and more.

What does all that mean for you? Well, it means if you can think of a way to search your data, you can probably do it in Sybase. Figuring out how may not be trivial, but you can do it.

The basic search command is called select. It is very complex. This section will only cover basic searches. If you need more than that, well, then it's time to dig through Sybase's documentation.


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Last updated: 1997/06/25 20:14:58 UT
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