Select Data From Two Tables And show distinct records and second table records come first then first table record and having relationship.

Suppose i have table name tblfavuser(Contains data of favorite user)    and tbluser(contains the user data). I  want to show distinct record from both table and tblfavuser comes first then tbluser.
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Muhammad Noman IqbalCommented:

You can use Union

Select, from fav_user
Select, from user

awking00Information Technology SpecialistCommented:
Can you post some sample data and the expected results?

col ordertype noprint
SELECT 1 ordertype, tblfavuser.*
  FROM tblfavuser
  WHERE not exists (select 1
                                    from tbluser
                                   where =
SELECT 2, tbluser.*
   FROM tbluser
 WHERE not exists (select 1
                                    from tblfavuser
                                   where =
order by 1

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