Example: List all customers who have an order
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Using Type I nested query: SELECT Cust_id, Cust_name FROM customer WHERE cust_id IN (SELECT cust_id FROM Order)
Using Inner Join: SELECT Cust_id, Cust_name FROM customer,order WHERE customer.cust_id = order.cust_id
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