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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Usage » Querying and modifying data » Joins: Retrieving data from several tables » Explicit join conditions (the ON clause)

 

Types of explicit join conditions

Most join conditions are based on equality, and so are called equijoins. For example,

SELECT *
FROM Departments JOIN Employees
   ON Departments.DepartmentID = Employees.DepartmentID;

However, you do not have to use equality (=) in a join condition. You can use any search condition, such as conditions containing LIKE, SOUNDEX, BETWEEN, > (greater than), and != (not equal to).

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