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Beynon, Meurig; Bhalerao, Abhir; Roe, Chris P.; Ward, Ashley
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: QA76
In this paper, we describe an environment developed to support a rich learning experience in which practice and theory in relational databases are better integrated, enabling students from various backgrounds to appreciate the significance of relational theory and the logical flaws in SQL. Our lightweight open source software includes the aspects of a commercial database system that are most relevant to teaching relational databases and can be run on several platforms.
  • The results below are discovered through our pilot algorithms. Let us know how we are doing!

    • 8. citrus (name CHAR, price REAL, qnt INT);
    • 9. citrus <<["lime",0.30,3],["orange",0.55,8],["kiwi",0.75,5],["lemon",0.50,2];
    • 10. soldfruit (name CHAR, unitsold INT);
    • 11. soldfruit << ["cox",100],["granny",153],["red",70];
    • 12. soldfruit << ["kiwi",23],["lime",15],["lemon",55],["orange",78];
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