SQL GROUP BY syntax
SQL GROUP BY clause is used in conjunction with the aggregate functions. It groups the result set by one or more columns.
SQL WHERE clause specifies the conditions that describes the values that we want to retrieve. After a WHERE keyword a logical expression is placed.
Here is the syntax
Join 3 tables (or more) syntax
Ofcourse, there is no need to keep column’s indexes ordered like in the syntax above. They just have to store the same type’s of values to match to each other in the same way we used it with basic JOIN state...
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