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[Music] hi my name is Ahmad single Im an IT consultant who enjoys making complex technical material easy to understand [Music] this is one in a series of SQL tutorials for business analysts and report writers in this tutorial well explore when joining tables whether filter conditions should be in the on or the where clause two questions arise one when joining tables does it matter if I put filter conditions in the where clause or in on and two if it does where should I put the filter conditions first the short answers for inner join it does not matter where the filter condition is the result is the same whether the filter condition is in on or where however for outer join the result may differ for on vs. where for both outer and inner join it is recommended to use the following rule of thumb use on clause criteria for pairing rows from the two tables your joining and use where clause criteria for further filtering the paired rows this way you get the results you would intuitively ex