inner join in oracle 8

Hello I am new wroking in Oracle, so I want to know if the inner join clause work in Oracle 8.
Thanks a lot

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ubascheCommented:
You can use the "inner join" keyword in Oracle from Version 9
onwards. In previous versions you need to use the old Oracle syntax.


New syntax (Oracle9):

SELECT * FROM T1 INNER JOIN T2 ON T1.C1 = T2.C3


Old syntax (Oracle8):
 
SELECT * FROM T1, T2 WHERE T1.C1 = T2.C3

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maheshmandaveCommented:
You can use
select * from T1,T2
where T1.C1(+)=T2.C3

where T1 and T2 are table names and C1 and C3 are columns

Hope this is OK with you
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ubascheCommented:

The syntax using a "(+)" in the join condition is an outer join in Oracle.
For innerjoins you have to join without "(+)".
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maheshmandaveCommented:
Hi ubasche
thx for clearing my fundamentals
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