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Martin will show you how to re-name the columns which display your information, potentially making it easier for you and others to read the information.
This part of the "SQL for Beginners" series is where you begin to learn about filter statements and how to recall certain information from within your database and tables. You will also learn about column aliases which will allow you to show chosen tables in a more user-friendly manner.