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July 27, 2005, 6:32 pm
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Need some help. Am new to SQL and have to run a query on two tables A
and B to extract some data. Here, B is a subset of A for the field
that's common to both of them. How can we get only those rows that
belong to A but not to B, that is, all rows in (table A - table B) on
the basis of that common field?
Thanks in advance,
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