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The Little SAS® Book for Enterprise Guide® 4.1 by Lora D. Delwiche, Susan J. Slaughter

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5.2. Joining Tables

When you append tables, you match columns. But often, instead of matching columns, you need to match rows. For example, a teacher might record grades from homework in one table and grades from tests in another. To compute final grades you would need to match the homework and test scores for each student. This is called joining tables, and you do it with a query.

In the preceding section, two tables were appended to create one table containing all the data about flights. Now the data for each tour can be joined with the matching data for flights. In the Project Explorer or Project Designer, click the Tours data table to make it active. Then select Data Filter and Query from the menu bar. The Query Builder window will open. ...

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