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A while ago (around 2004) I worked as a back-end developer on a team where everyone used the where clause joins. As a proponent of using inner/outer joins instead, I showed them an example of a where clause join that illustrated how it could produce ambiguous results depending on data, and how the outer joins were free from that problem.

I have to do the same presentation but cannot find that snippet anymore. It is somewhere in my file archive which I unfortunately do not have access to. Does anyone have an example handy?

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A while ago (around 2004) I worked as a back-end developer on a team where everyone used the where clause joins. As a proponent of using inner/outer joins instead, I showed them an example of a where clause join that illustrated how it could produce ambiguous results depending on data, and how the outer joins were free from that problem.

I have to do the same presentation but cannot find that snippet anymore. It is somewhere in my file archive which I unfortunately do not have access to. Does anyone have an example handy?

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A while ago (around 2004) I worked as a back-end developer on a team where everyone used the where clause joins. As a proponent of using inner/outer joins instead, I showed them an example of a where clause join that illustrated how it could produce ambiguous results depending on data, and how the outer joins were free from that problem.

I have to do the same presentation but cannot find that snippet anymore. It is somewhere in my file archive which I unfortunately do not have access to. Does anyone have an example handy?

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A while ago (around 2004) I worked as a back-end developer on a team where everyone used the where clause joins. As a proponent of using inner/outer joins instead, I showed them an example of a where clause join that illustrated how it could produce ambiguous results depending on data, and how the outer joins were free from that problem.

I have to do the same presentation but cannot find that snippet anymore. It is somewhere in my file archive which I unfortunately do not have access to. Does anyone have an example handy?

enter image description here enter image description here

A while ago (around 2004) I worked as a back-end developer on a team where everyone used the where clause joins. As a proponent of using inner/outer joins instead, I showed them an example of a where clause join that illustrated how it could produce ambiguous results depending on data, and how the outer joins were free from that problem.

I have to do the same presentation but cannot find that snippet anymore. It is somewhere in my file archive which I unfortunately do not have access to. Does anyone have an example handy?

A while ago (around 2004) I worked as a back-end developer on a team where everyone used the where clause joins. As a proponent of using inner/outer joins instead, I showed them an example of a where clause join that illustrated how it could produce ambiguous results depending on data, and how the outer joins were free from that problem.

I have to do the same presentation but cannot find that snippet anymore. It is somewhere in my file archive which I unfortunately do not have access to. Does anyone have an example handy?

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A while ago (around 2004) I worked as a back-end developer on a team where everyone used the where clause joins. As a proponent of using inner/outer joins instead, I showed them an example of a where clause join that illustrated how it could produce ambiguous results depending on data, and how the outer joins were free from that problem.

I have to do the same presentation but cannot find the samethat snippet anymore. It is somewhere in my file archive to which I unfortunately do not have access to. Does anyone have an example handy?

A while ago (around 2004) I worked as a back-end developer on a team where everyone used the where clause joins. As a proponent of using inner/outer joins instead, I showed them an example of a where clause join that illustrated how it could produce ambiguous results depending on data, and how the outer joins were free from that problem.

I have to do the same presentation but cannot find the same snippet anymore. It is somewhere in my file archive to which I unfortunately do not have access to. Does anyone have an example handy?

A while ago (around 2004) I worked as a back-end developer on a team where everyone used the where clause joins. As a proponent of using inner/outer joins instead, I showed them an example of a where clause join that illustrated how it could produce ambiguous results depending on data, and how the outer joins were free from that problem.

I have to do the same presentation but cannot find that snippet anymore. It is somewhere in my file archive which I unfortunately do not have access to. Does anyone have an example handy?

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