Interactive web based tool for learning SQL by examples.
Interactive web based tool for learning SQL by examples. GNU Sqltutor consists of two modules: a database of questions and answers and a simple CGI interface for running tests. Questions are chosen at random for each session, submitted queries are checked against correct answers stored in the database. Query results differing only in column permutations are evaluated as correct. For each session queries and answers are logged and the final score is evaluated when the test is finished. GNU Sqltutor is written in C++ with lipqxx library to connect to PostgreSQL database.
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