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MySQL Inner Join Logic

DennisHacker asked
Last Modified: 2015-12-28
Hi.  I have three tables in a MySQL Database.  Let's call them 'doctor', 'meeting_assign', and 'meeting'.  The 'meeting' table has an ID field and information for where the meeting will be held.  The 'doctor' table has information about the doctor.  The 'meeting_assign' table links the doctor to a specific meeting.

I need to formulate a query that gives me a list of the doctors that attend a specific meeting, and I need help with the logic.

Thanks in advance.
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