Converting Subqueries to Joins

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Not all queries are alike, especially in terms of performance. In this article, we’ll look at how you can convert SQL subqueries to joins for improved efficiency. When should I use SQL subqueries? Great question! Unfortunately, there’s no concrete answer. SQL beginners tend to overuse subqueries. Typically, once they find that SQL construction works in one situation, they try to apply that same approach to other situations. It’s only natural. However, in some cases a subquery can be replaced with

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Correlated Subqueries in 5 Minutes

If you’re familiar with the famous Russian nesting doll, then SQL subqueries should be a peace of cake to understand—subqueries are just queries nested within queries. An SQL subquery is often called an “inner” query; the main query is usually called the “outer” query. This article covers everything you need to know about correlated subqueries. What Exactly is a Correlated Subquery? A correlated SQL subquery is just a subquery that is executed many times—once for each record (row) returned by

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