Dear Postgres Users,
I have 2 tables...
each one has a column called ID (primary keys of each table)
the values into each ID column are exactly the same.
each table has a lot of other columns (around 50 for each table)....
I would like to create a table containing the ID (only one column
obviously) and all the other columns of both tables...
a simple equi join for each column is simple but how can I join
completely the two table on the bases of the column ID???
probably it is a simple question but I don't know how to solve this very
simple problem quikly... :-(
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