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Joining tables without common columns

How do I join two tables without common columns and display any two columns, all records in a corresponding table?

How do I join two tables without common columns and display any two columns, all records in a corresponding table?
When you join two or more tables without a common column, it is called a Cartesian product. When this happens, rows from all rows from each table will be returned. For example:
  Select *
  From department, employee;
All records from department and all records from employee tables will be returned.
This was last published in October 2006

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