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Slightly Dumb Question about JOIN

Hello All,

I'm trying to find out exactly what JOIN does


FROM Author A JOIN Publisher P
ON A.SomeID = P.SomeID
WHERE P.Country = 'X'

I know what inner, outer, right and left joins do, but what does just
JOIN on its own do? (Can't find it in help either)


K Finegan
Jul 20 '05 #1
3 1523
The JOIN keyword with no type qualifier implies an inner join. A left or
right join implies left or right OUTER joins.



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This is details in Books online under the From clause documentation


Specifies all matching pairs of rows are returned. Discards unmatched
rows from both tables. This is the default if no join type is specified.
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