In the last episode (Dec 19), Joseph Dietz said:
> Someone helped me solve the problem with my slow query results! I was
> missing the index which I should have added to my cross reference
> tables.. AND I should have used the INNER JOIN clause instead of
> joining my table with the WHERE clause. In the future I will be far
> more careful designing my queries.
INNER JOIN and WHERE do the same thing:
* `INNER JOIN' and `,' (comma) are semantically equivalent. Both do
a full join between the tables used. Normally, you specify how the
tables should be linked in the WHERE condition.