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I have a table 'a' like this

parent     child  

9          10
9         11       
                                             
I have a table 'b' like this

ID       primary_id       primary_name          type  
 
1            9            cal              big      
1            9            cal              small            
2            9            cal              big      
2            9            cal              small      
4            10            Nev            small                        
4            10            Nev            big
3               16            Ill                big      
I want the output like this ( For the primary_id in table 'b' I want the parent of and child of to be populated based
on table 'a' in the out put .

ID       primary_id       primary_name          type          parent of         child of
 
1            9            cal                               big               10                  null
1            9            cal                            small            10                  null
1            9            cal                              big                       11                  null
1            9            cal                           small                     11                  null
2            9            cal                           big                       10                  null
2            9            cal                           small                     10                  null
2            9            cal                            big                      11                  null
2            9            cal                               small            11                  null
4            10            Nev                             small            null                  9            
4            10            Nev                                big           null                  9
3               16            Ill                                   big            null                  null



Thanks in advance
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try this.
SELECT t1.*, 
       t2.child  [parent of], 
       t3.parent [child of] 
  FROM b t1 
       LEFT JOIN a t2 
         ON t1.primary_id = t2.parent 
       LEFT JOIN a t3 
         ON t1.primary_id = t3.child

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by:vijay11
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Here In the out put the number of rows  with  primary_id     9  gets double , because primary_id     9 has 2 childs in the table 'a'  ,
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