Thomas Good wrote:
> On Thu, 17 Sep 1998, Howie wrote:
> I have a query that looks up a patient's placement (which ward)
> in one table and then looks up diagnostic and demographic data
> in another...takes 53 seconds. Ouch.
> However, when I use table aliasing...the query output is on the
> screen *before* I submit the query. ;-)
> I'll send syntax, if you like.
I would like to see it! I was not aware that table aliasing could have any impact
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