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Databases Querying Relational Databases Set Operations Set Operations

There are two tables Fruit and Vegetable table. The Fruit table has a FruitID and a Name column and the Vegetable table

Question: There are two tables Fruit and Vegetable table. The Fruit table has a FruitID and a Name column and the Vegetable table has a VegetableID and Name column.

Create a distinct result set of fruit and vegetable names.

Answer: SELECT FruitID, Name FROM Fruit INTERSECT SELECT VegetableID, Name FROM Vegetable ORDER BY Name;

What am I missing? I tried both an INTERSECT and JOIN statement.

1 Answer

Travis Alstrand
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Travis Alstrand
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Hey there Rosina Marchan ! :wave:

I would exclude both the FruitID and VegetableID from your SELECTS as it's just asking for the Names. I would also give UNION a try :smiley: