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## What is cross join redshift?

Cross join is used to fetch the data from two tables with all the combination of rows from left as well as right tables. • Redshift inner join is also known as self-join. This is the most common type of join at the time of using join in redshift.

## What is redshift UNION?

Redshift UNION and UNION ALL The UNION and UNION ALL operation combines the results of two similar sub-queries into a single result set that contains the rows that are returned by both SELECT statement. Data types of the column that you are trying to combine should match. These operations are logical OR.

**How do you INTERSECT in SQL?**

The SQL INTERSECT clause/operator is used to combine two SELECT statements, but returns rows only from the first SELECT statement that are identical to a row in the second SELECT statement. This means INTERSECT returns only common rows returned by the two SELECT statements.

**What is INTERSECT operation in DBMS?**

Intersect is a binary set operator in DBMS. The intersection operation between two selections returns only the common data sets or rows between them. It should be noted that the intersection operation always returns the distinct rows. The duplicate rows will not be returned by the intersect operator.

### Why cross join is used?

The CROSS JOIN is used to generate a paired combination of each row of the first table with each row of the second table. This join type is also known as cartesian join.

### What is a cross join?

A cross join is a type of join that returns the Cartesian product of rows from the tables in the join. In other words, it combines each row from the first table with each row from the second table.

**What is diff between UNION and UNION all?**

The UNION ALL command is equal to the UNION command, except that UNION ALL selects all values. The difference between Union and Union all is that Union all will not eliminate duplicate rows, instead it just pulls all rows from all tables fitting your query specifics and combines them into a table.

**Does SQL INTERSECT remove duplicates?**

The INTERSECT operator removes duplicate rows from the final result set. The INTERSECT ALL operator does not remove duplicate rows from the final result set, but if a row appears X times in the first query and Y times in the second, it will appear min(X, Y) times in the result set.

## What is the difference between INTERSECT and union in SQL?

The UNION operation combines the results of two subqueries into a single result that comprises the rows that are returned by both queries. The INTERSECT operation combines the results of two queries into a single result that comprises all the rows common to both queries.

## What is union and intersection in database?

The difference between UNION and INTERSECT is that UNION gets results from both queries and combines them, while INTERSECT gets results that only exist in both queries. So, if Query 1 returns records A and B, and Query 2 returns records B and C, UNION would return A, B and C. INTERSECT would only return B.

**What is difference between inner join and cross join?**

A cross join matches all rows in one table to all rows in another table. An inner join matches on a field or fields. If you have one table with 10 rows and another with 10 rows then the two joins will behave differently.

**What is the difference between full join and cross join?**

A full outer join combines a left outer join and a right outer join. The result set returns rows from both tables where the conditions are met but returns null columns where there is no match. A cross join is a Cartesian product that does not require any condition to join tables.

### What is the difference between INTERSECT and inner join?

They are very different, even in your case. The INNER JOIN will return duplicates, if id is duplicated in either table. INTERSECT removes duplicates. The INNER JOIN will never return NULL , but INTERSECT will return NULL .

### What is the purpose of INTERSECT and MINUS operator?

INTERSECT compares the data between tables and returns only the rows of data that exist in both tables. MINUS compares the data between tables and returns the rows of data that exist only in the first table you specify.

**Why use INTERSECT instead of inner join?**

**What is the difference between union and INTERSECT?**

Both union and intersection are the two fundamental operations through which sets can be combined and related to each other. In terms of set theory, union is the set of all the elements that are in either set, or in both, whereas intersection is the set of all distinct elements that belong to both the sets.

## Is UNION and INTERSECT same?

## What are the set operators in redshift?

Redshift supports the three types of set operators: Below is the syntax of Set operators in Redshift: The UNION and UNION ALL operation combines the results of two similar sub-queries into a single result set that contains the rows that are returned by both SELECT statement.

**What is similar data set in redshift?**

Here the similar data set literally mean, the data type of the result set should also match, otherwise you have to explicitly type cast data when using Redshift set operators. Redshift supports the three types of set operators: Below is the syntax of Set operators in Redshift:

**What is Union and Union all in redshift?**

Redshift UNION and UNION ALL The UNION and UNION ALL operation combines the results of two similar sub-queries into a single result set that contains the rows that are returned by both SELECT statement. Data types of the column that you are trying to combine should match. These operations are logical OR.

### How do I find the difference between two subqueries in redshift?

Redshift EXCEPT/MINUS The Amazon Redshift EXCEPT/MINUS operator finds the difference between the two sub-queries and return the result contains the rows from the first SELECT statement. We can use either EXCEPT or MINUS in the statements.