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Along what lines are you thinking? I've been dsocumenting databases
on and off for four years and I've never felt the need for graphics?
--- Michele Davis <michele -at- krautgrrl -dot- com> wrote:
> Hello all, I'm writing about the Anatomy of a Database and
> what type of graphics would be helpful for the reader? The reader
> be someone learning MySQL, so not a neophobe, but not a complete
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