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is there a mysql query tool to compare two queries and see the 2 queries at the same time

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I am using mysql workbench latest 6.0.7 and I can see both queries in tabs but can not see both query results at the same time

so if there is a method to see both at the same time in mysql workbench or another tool, please show me
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I use a program call SQLYog and I can split the window for each connection and see them side by side - just connect to the same server in both windows and run a query in each - you'll then see both sets of results on the screen at the same time.
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thanks for the information about sqlyog
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