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SQL: Table Transformation
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I typed in the exact answer to this lesson and yet it still came up being incorrect.
Hmm, you can also do this as an inner join (I know
intersect is cleaner, but still):
SELECT DISTINCT new_products.category FROM new_products
ON new_products.category = legacy_products.category
ORDER BY new_products.category;