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SQL Server- Difference Between Left Join and Left Outer Join

Sep 21, 2012
Introduction:

Here I will explain the difference between LEFT JOIN and LEFT OUTER JOIN in SQL Server.

Description:

In previous posts I explained many articles relating to SQL Server. Now I will explain the difference between left join and left outer join in SQL Server.

Actually this one is very simple question but many of beginners are asking the same question that’s why I decided to write an article on it. Basically there is no difference between LEFT JOIN and LEFT OUTER JOIN both are same. Whenever we use LEFT JOIN keyword in SQL Server that is the LEFT OUTER JOIN only  

I already written brief article relating to Joins in SQL Server. Please check below article to know more about JOINS


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