11 Advance MySQL Database “Interview Questions and Answers” for Linux Users

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11 Responses

  1. Cyrille Tarla says:

    Thanks this will be very helpful for my up coming interview.

  2. Bhaumik Sathvara says:

    it is very help full contents.

    thanks for updating this content.

  3. Sandeep says:

    The command to extract xml is by either using -X flag; or use –xml (two dashes)

  4. Tushar says:

    Thank you. it is really helpful. Keep posting these kind of valuable interview questions. it really helps

  5. Wrong says:

    Number 3 is actually wrong.
    Your logic is X AND Y == !X OR !Y
    When it should actually be X AND Y == !(!X OR !Y)

  6. DJ_HITMAN says:

    hello this is really very good content …………….but sir i want more specific which help me to use with my php code….thanks

    • Avishek Kumar says:

      Dear DJ_HITMAN,
      If you have to ask any question not relataed to above topic, you may ask it at linuxsay.com.
      linuxsay.com is a forum of ours where you can get solution to your problems.

  7. Shailesh says:

    It’s very useful…Thanks.

  8. krishna says:

    Hi sir,

    i am a commerce graduate. but i love computer science. now i am learning mysql Database.

    it’s really help.

    Thank you very much for sharing this article.


    G s krishna

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