Explain the difference between “Join” and “Natural Join” of algebriac operations with example.

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The difference between “Join” and “Natural Join” of algebraic operations are

SN NATURAL JOIN INNER JOIN
1. Natural Join joins two tables based on the same attribute name and datatypes. Inner Join joins two tables on the basis of the column which is explicitly specified in the ON clause.
2. In Natural Join, The resulting table will contain all the attributes of both the tables but keep only one copy of each common column In Inner Join, The resulting table will contain all the attributes of both the tables including duplicate columns also
3. In Natural Join, If there is no condition specified then it returns the rows based on the common column In Inner Join, only those records will return which exist in both the tables
4. SYNTAX:
SELECT *
FROM table1 NATURAL JOIN table2;
SYNTAX:
SELECT *
FROM table1 INNER JOIN table2 ON table1.Column_Name = table2.Column_Name;
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