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TSQL Challenge 66 - Find the most relevant advertisement based on keyw

By Jacob Sebastian,

TSQL Challenge 66 - Find the most relevant advertisement based on keywords

A website wants to display most relevant ads on each of its web pages based on the keywords associated with each page. Your job is to write a TSQL query that returns the advertisements most relevant to each web page given in the source table.

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