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Delete Statement with Inner Join

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I know in SQL its something like this but I just read something and Im curious if I can do this in Oracle? Its a Inner Join on the same table but with different keys

Delete
from omni_common_lookup a
inner join omni_common_lookup b on A.LOOKUP_CODE = B.LOOKUP_SUB_TYPE_CODE
where a.lookup_key LIKE 'ALERT_ITEMS_%' and b.lookup_key= 'ALERT_EMP_PEOPLE';

Can this be done in Oracle?

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DELETE FROM omni_common_lookup a 
WHERE  lookup_keyu LIKE 'ALERT_ITEMS_%' 
       AND EXISTS (SELECT 1 
                   FROM   omni_common_lookup b 
                   WHERE  a.lookup_code = b.lookup_sub_type_code 
                          AND b.lookup_key = 'ALERT_EMP_PROFILE') 

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