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- returns all employees with all departments they have a contract with
SELECT e.empID, e.name, e.uid, d.depID, d.depname, d.locaton from employees e LEFT JOIN contracts c ON c.empID=e.empID LEFT JOIN departments d ON d.depID=c.depID
- without returning Karen, since she has contract with only one dep, and Peter who has only one contract with one dep
SELECT e.empID, e.name, e.uid, d.depID, d.depname, d.locaton, COUNT(DISTINCT something) from employees e LEFT JOIN contracts c ON c.empID=e.empID LEFT JOIN departments d ON d.depID=c.depID GROUP BY something HAVING the group by > 1
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