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Unanswered: No table between FROM and JOIN
I've heard someone saying that it's possible to do a JOIN something like this:
select a from join ....
or if it's maybe
select a from (join ...
That is, there's no table between FROM and JOIN.
I might be misinterpreting the DBv9 SQL Reference, but I can't find
any support for this syntax.
Does someone know...?
I've never heard about such a syntax. Plus: it's outside SQL-92
Are all the JOIN constructions outside SQL-92 ?
(When I learnt SQL at the university back in -91, the JOIN
constructions were never mentioned at all.)
What I wanted to say was that the standard syntax is something like:
table reference [join type] JOIN table reference
Yes, exactly. There must be a table before the join verb(s).
Can't figure out where the guy who mentioned the syntax I first
described got it from.