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Hidden Pitfalls with INNER JOIN and NOT IN Operators

I want to show you how two common operators can deceive you into believing you have constructed a proper SQL statement for your solution. We may want to filter results in a table by using using a IN/NOT IN or a INNER JOIN/LEFT JOIN to another table. There are a couple of hidden dangers here […]

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2021-05-19

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