• CROSS JOIN - Gives all the possible combinations of the rows from each of the tables joined.
  • When using CROSS JOIN, the ON and USING keywords should not be allowed, even for some system you can.
  • A skeleton syntax version of CROSS JOIN is this:
    SELECT select_list
    FROM table_1 
    CROSS JOIN table_2
    [WHERE search_conditions ]
    [ORDER BY column1, column2, ... ]
    Example using CROSS JOIN between the tables:
    SQL server, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL :
    Select First_name "First name",
      Last_name "Last name",
      email, Telephone_type "Phone type",
      Telephone_number as "Phone number"
     from customers 
     CROSS JOIN telephones 
     WHERE Telephone_type='Home'
     order by Last_name;
    The result should be:
    First name Last name email Phone type Phone number
    Judith Bowman J.Bowman@imb.com Home (679) 234-94
    Judith Bowman J.Bowman@imb.com Home (978) 667-94
    Marcy Darnovsky Marcy@oracle.com Home (978) 667-94
    Marcy Darnovsky Marcy@oracle.com Home (679) 234-94
    Sandra Emerson Sandra.Emerson@mySql.com Home (679) 234-94
    Sandra Emerson Sandra.Emerson@mySql.com Home (978) 667-94
    Ricard Nixon Ricard.Nixon@hotmail.com Home (679) 234-94
    Ricard Nixon Ricard.Nixon@hotmail.com Home (978) 667-94
    Robert Redford R.Redford@google.com Home (679) 234-94
    Robert Redford R.Redford@google.com Home (978) 667-94
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