One of the most powerful features of the T-SQL SELECT statement is the ability to retrieve data from multiple tables using the JOIN clause. Although there are other ways of pulling data from more than one table (e.g., using subqueries, using the APPLY operator), the join is the most commonly used technique. There are different types of joins—inner join, left outer join, right outer join, full outer join, and cross join—that let you to accomplish different objectives. ...
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