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Java code or Pseudo Code for "Outer Join"

I want to implement the "outer join" functionality in Java. Can
somebody explain the pseudo code for the same. OR what needs to be done
to extend the hash-join Java code of equijoin(I have the hash join code
for equijoin with me).

Feb 16 '06 #1
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