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The JOIN keyword is used in an SQL statement to query data from two or more tables, based on a relationship between certain columns.
JOIN is a query clause that can be used with the SELECT, UPDATE and DELETE data query statements to simultaneously affect rows from multiple tables. There are several distinct types of JOIN statements that return different data result sets.
A basic JOIN statement has the following format:
SELECT table1.table1columnID, table2columnID
FROM table1 JOIN table2
ON table1.table1columnID = table2.table1columnID;
The types of JOIN you can use and the differences between them,
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