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From:Tao Liang Date:March 3 2000 5:23am
Subject:one query for two identical tables
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Hi,

I have two tables with identical columns A B C D, where D is a numerical 
column.  Is there a way to issue one query that returns A B C columns from 
both tables with the condition that D is greater than n (in either 
tables)?  And, to sort the combined results on A?  I looked at the 
documentation for JOIN but couldn't find much.

Tao
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