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Working With Explicit Cursors in T-SQL | SQL Server Tutorial | Mr.Sudhakar L



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  2. Good series for beginner's to learn the language. Good work by Mr Sudhakar. Some improvements that i suggest are –
    You could use more defined templates or ppt presentation rather than typing a lot of sentences.
    You speak entirely in past sentences which sort of confuses what you are trying to say. Words such as "same to same" "I used", Pattern is pronounced as patron.

    But for otherwise , thanks for the videos . Was truly helpful to me to start learning from the basics. Please sequence the videos in order of the training!!! Thanks!!

  3. thank you so much MR.sudhakar sir for teaching us in free of cost with great examples i have learned alot from you i would like to thanks you from bottom of my heart, you are very good sir keep it up

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