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About the INNER LOOP JOIN syntax

I am analyzing a stored procedure on SQL Server 2000. The procedure was written on or before the year 1999. The procedure is joining tables using "INNER LOOP JOIN" syntax to join tables. I am assuming this is a carry over from older T-SQL, but I am not sure. I cannot find anything in BOL for this syntax. Can you shed any light on this?

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