The Difference Between Joins in SQL Server (Inner, Outer, Left and Right Joins)

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The Difference Between Joins in SQL Server (Inner, Outer, Left and Right Joins)

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The Difference Between Joins in SQL Server (Inner, Outer, Left and Right Joins)

In this video, SQL Server instructor Peter Avila answers one of the most common questions he receives while teaching; “what’s the difference between inner joins and outer joins?”

 

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