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hi,

I have two tables
Table1         Table2
ID   F1          ID      F1
1    aa          1       gg
2    bb          3       hh
3    cc          4       oo
4    dd          
5    ee          

My question is, how can I write a query that can display 2 and 5 from Table1
thx
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SELECT * FROM Table1 WHERE Table1.ID Not In (SELECT ID FROM Table2);
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thank you
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sorry that the question is closed, if I need to add another condition to it

SELECT * FROM Table1 WHERE Table1.year(D1) Not In (SELECT year(D1) FROM Table2)
and
Table1.month(D1) Not In (SELECT month(D1) FROM Table2)


? it does not work...
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I think I got it..thx
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