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3>
4>
5> CREATE TABLE titles(
6>    title_id       varchar(20),
7>    title          varchar(80)       NOT NULL,
8>    type           char(12)          NOT NULL,
9>    pub_id         char(4)               NULL,
10>    price          money                 NULL,
11>    advance        money                 NULL,
12>    royalty        int                   NULL,
13>    ytd_sales      int                   NULL,
14>    notes          varchar(200)          NULL,
15>    pubdate        datetime          NOT NULL
16> )
17> GO
1>
2> insert titles values ('1', 'Secrets',   'popular_comp', '1389', $20.00, $8000.00, 10, 4095,'Note 1','06/12/94')
3> insert titles values ('2', 'The',       'business',     '1389', $19.99, $5000.00, 10, 4095,'Note 2','06/12/91')
4> insert titles values ('3', 'Emotional', 'psychology',   '0736', $7.99,  $4000.00, 10, 3336,'Note 3','06/12/91')
5> insert titles values ('4', 'Prolonged', 'psychology',   '0736', $19.99, $2000.00, 10, 4072,'Note 4','06/12/91')
6> insert titles values ('5', 'With',      'business',     '1389', $11.95, $5000.00, 10, 3876,'Note 5','06/09/91')
7> insert titles values ('6', 'Valley',    'mod_cook',     '0877', $19.99, $0.00,    12, 2032,'Note 6','06/09/91')
8> insert titles values ('7', 'Any?',      'trad_cook',    '0877', $14.99, $8000.00, 10, 4095,'Note 7','06/12/91')
9> insert titles values ('8', 'Fifty',     'trad_cook',    '0877', $11.95, $4000.00, 14, 1509,'Note 8','06/12/91')
10> GO

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1>
2> CREATE TABLE sales(
3>    stor_id        char(4)           NOT NULL,
4>    ord_num        varchar(20)       NOT NULL,
5>    ord_date       datetime          NOT NULL,
6>    qty            smallint          NOT NULL,
7>    payterms       varchar(12)       NOT NULL,
8>    title_id       varchar(80)
9> )
10> GO
1> insert sales values('1', 'QA7442.3', '09/13/94', 75, 'ON Billing','1')
2> insert sales values('2', 'D4482',    '09/14/94', 10, 'Net 60',    '1')
3> insert sales values('3', 'N914008',  '09/14/94', 20, 'Net 30',    '2')
4> insert sales values('4', 'N914014',  '09/14/94', 25, 'Net 30',    '3')
5> insert sales values('5', '423LL922', '09/14/94', 15, 'ON Billing','3')
6> insert sales values('6', '423LL930', '09/14/94', 10, 'ON Billing','2')
7> GO

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1>
2>      SELECT    titles.title, titles.price
3>      FROM      titles JOIN sales ON sales.title_id = titles.title_id
4>      WHERE     sales.qty > 30
5>
6> GO
title                                                                            price
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------
Secrets                                                                                        20.0000

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1>
2> drop table sales;
3> drop table titles;
4> GO










4.1.Table Join
4.1.1.SQL Server 2005 join types fall into three categories: inner, outer, and cross.
4.1.2.Selecting authors and titles using only joins.
4.1.3.A SELECT statement that joins the Bankers and Billings tables
4.1.4.Joining Tables in the WHERE Clause (not ANSI standard)
4.1.5.Using the GROUP BY Clause
4.1.6.Joining three tables.
4.1.7.Joins and Subqueries
4.1.8.Left and Right Outer Joins
4.1.9.Joining Tables in the FROM Clause (ANSI standard)
4.1.10.Table Aliasing
4.1.11.Join tables with two columns
4.1.12.The result of the previous join is then joined to another table
4.1.13.SQL-92 Three-Way Inner Joins
4.1.14.Forcing the Order of Join Processing