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Functional database design : a toolkit for developers / authors, Mark O'Reilly, Neil Schwenke
Bib ID 2969075
Format BookBook
Author
O'Reilly, Mark, (Andrew John)
 
Description Brisbane : Major Software and Text Publishing, 2001 
72, [6] p. : ill. ; 30 cm + 1 computer disk (3 1/2 in.) 
ISBN 0957872526
Notes

Spiral binding.

System requirements not available.

Bibliography: p. [6].

Electronic component not selected for preservation

Subjects Database design.
Other authors/contributors Schwenke, Neil

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