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microsoft 2005 sql equivalents to unix commands

microsoft 2005 sql equivalents to unix commands

microsoft 2005 sql equivalents to unix commands

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I am very familiar with Microsoft 2005 SQL.  Now I need to learn Informix.  Does anyone know of a "cheat sheet" that shows the microsoft 2005 sql equivalents to informix commands?  Thanks in advance for your help and time, it is greatly appreciated.

RE: microsoft 2005 sql equivalents to unix commands

Don't you have the Informix SQL Reference guide ?

RE: microsoft 2005 sql equivalents to unix commands

(OP)
PHV, yes I was given "A Step-By-Step Approach" book written by Cathy Kipp.  I am brand new to Informix and was looking for something that would show me the command in Microsoft SQL and its equivalent in Informix.  
Example - Microsoft - Length   Informix - Len
                      top 10              first 10

Thanks!

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