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I realized I wasn't that satisfied with my answer. Could you explain and correct if needed, the one given?

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|><|  is the join operator in relatinal algebra and your writing means



FROM
     A JOIN B ON A.x = B.y
or

FROM
     A INNER JOIN B ON A.x = B.y
or

FROM
    A, B
    WHERE A.x = B.y
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Thank you for your help.
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