In this article we've seen how to implement some of SQL's advanced features including joins and sub queries. By using everything that you've learnt from both parts 1 and 2 of this article, you should now be able to work with databases that can do all types of things: from storing data for eCommerce web sites to storing a list of newsletters, etc.
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