MySQL is an extremely popular open source relational database management system that that powers many of the applications on the Web. Discover why MySQL's speed, ease of use, and flexibility make it the database of choice for so many developers.
In just one weekend with this hands-on tutorial, you'll learn how to:
Get started with MySQL
Store, modify, and retrieve data
Work with multiple tables
Connect to your database through code
Program the database
Back up your data
Jump Start MySQL
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In page 13, there is a revoke statement " REVOKE ... TO 'jump'@'localhost' ", when I tried it on MySQL(Server version: 5.6.26 MySQL Community Server (GPL)), it turns out to be invalid. Then I google it and just found that the "TO" in the statement should be "FROM", so I'm not sure whether this issue is due to the version of MySQL?
I'm new to MySQL, so pls kindly correct me if anything wrong, thanks in advance!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend