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I have two tables

COMPANY
INTEROFFNOTE

Both tables have column names COMPANYACCNO

I need the output of those COMPANYACCNO which exists in BOTH COMPANY and INTEROFFNOTE
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select companyaccno from company
intersect
select companyaccno from interoffnote
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or try...


select companyaccno from company
where companyaccno in (
select companyaccno from interoffnote)


or ...


select companyaccno from company
where exists (select null  from interoffnote where company.companyaccno  = interoffnote.companyaccno )
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