How to Join a table in SQL to show all records from one table for each record of another table.

I need to join two tables without out a common column that so that table A rows duplicate for each row in table B.
Example:

Table A
tableA.jpg
Table B
tableB.jpg
Output
output.jpg
Littlet5621Asked:
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gplanaCommented:
So you want all combinations.

This is easy, just execute this SQL sentence:

SELECT *
FROM A, B;

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Chris StanyonWebDevCommented:
Give this a whirl:

SELECT serial_no, model_no, yr, kit_no, com_item, comp_qty
FROM TableA, TableB

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gplanaCommented:
What is wrong on my answer?
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