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he SQL SELECT statement lets you query data from the database. In many of the previous chapters, you’ve seen examples of queries. Queries support several different types of subqueries, such as nested queries that run independently or correlated nested queries. Correlated nested queries run with a dependency on the outer or containing query.

This chapter shows you how to work with column returns from queries and how to join tables into multiple table result sets. Result sets are like tables because they’re two-dimensional data sets. The data ...

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