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Well I am running the right *#@ app now.  I don't know where to type the SQL.. I am
feeling like qoing  with touchy feely windowing methods.

I JUST NEED TO IMPLEMENT A SIMPLE DATABASE BUT I DON"T KNOW WHERE TO START WITH
THIS HORKING OBNOXIOUS APPLICATION NIGHTMARE.
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enchilada? is that a synonym for shebang?
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Relax, Its not has bad as you might think....
To open up a command interface, just click on the "New Query" button at the upper right-hand corner.   Then you can type your own SQL to do whatever you want
To create tables, you just right click on the table "folder", and select "New Table"
What are your trying to do?
 
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