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Nov
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accepted When did “plus” stop working in Google search?
Nov
29
comment When did “plus” stop working in Google search?
xen2050: I considered that, but it's unlikely that so many webmasters would be willing to have their websites pulled from search engines due to the use of such shady tactics.
Nov
29
asked When did “plus” stop working in Google search?
Nov
7
comment Where can I see the result of an SQLfiddle query?
Thank you, for the additions. Together with Sathya's post, this all makes sense, now.
Nov
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Nov
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accepted Where can I see the result of an SQLfiddle query?
Nov
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Nov
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comment Where can I see the result of an SQLfiddle query?
if you remove the insert statements, are the rows removed?
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Nov
5
comment Where can I see the result of an SQLfiddle query?
Really, I'm just trying to see some more in-depth uses of SQL. The original/actual question was 'how do I get a list of employees whose names exists in their e-mail addresses in Oracle'? I'm trying to apply what you've written to sqlfiddle, right now. I can't tell if you're using variables.... Is name, on the last line, a reference to the name row of the employees table? Neither of the queries return any results for me. sqlfiddle.com/#!4/b18a2/18
Nov
5
comment Where can I see the result of an SQLfiddle query?
But having the name as all one word is strange, too, right?
Nov
5
comment Where can I see the result of an SQLfiddle query?
Actually, I can't get results for anything. I inserted two entries, so it's a little odd, right? sqlfiddle.com/#!4/b18a2/16
Nov
5
comment Where can I see the result of an SQLfiddle query?
Oh, I see! Thank you. ^^
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asked Where can I see the result of an SQLfiddle query?
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