INNER JOIN Tag Archives

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Is it possible to use Joins, Subqueries, and Unions in one Query?

A reader recently asked me to help them solve a problem combining data from multiple tables into a single result.  What was interesting was that the solution used the three ways to combine data that we have recently covered, namely:  JOINS, set operators, and subqueries. Given the comprehensive nature of this problem I thought it […]

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SQL Inner Join to Two or More Tables

Use an SQL INNER JOIN when you need to match rows from two tables.  Rows that match remain in the result, those that don’t are rejected. The match condition is commonly called the join condition.  When the match conditions involve equality, that is matching exactly the contents of one column to another, the sql inner […]

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