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Object Oriented Programming (CS403)
Assignment # 03
Total marks = 20
Due Date =07/08/2016
Lectures Covered = lectures 1-36
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You are required to explain Inner Join and Outer Join. You need to explain this topic with the help of SQL example.
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An inner join is a join where the only results displayed are results where the keys are in both tables. An outer join will display the results for all keys in one tables, a left join from the first and a right join from the second. For example:
Let's say table1 has the following primary key and data pairs: (1, a), (2, b), (3, c)
Let's also say that table2 has the following primary key and data pairs: (1, fun), (3, can), (4, happen)
So an inner join of table1 to table2 on the primary keys would yield the following resulting triplets (with the common primary key first, the first table's second item second and the second table's second item third): (1, a, fun), (3, c, can)
A left outer join of table1 to table2 on the primary keys would yield the following resulting triplets (same format as above): (1, a, fun), (2, b, NULL), (3, c, can)
A right outer join of table1 to table2 on the primary keys would yield the following resulting triplets (same format as above): (1, a, fun), (3, c, can), (4, NULL, happen)
some body please explain the inner and outer joins with SQL examples...
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To understand join and practice at your own system u need to intall SQL Server and one sample db which i used in case study follow the video after downloading setups
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