There must be a standard SQL method to query multiple
tables in the following way. Lets say we have two
tables, 'allnames' and 'badnames'. We want to get the
"select name from allnames where name-is-not-in-badnames;"
Clearly I'm an SQL novice but I haven't found any examples
of such a query in my beginning SQL books.
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