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I have two tables as:


      1            abc
      2            kdjf
      3            kek

      3                   1



Now i want to fetch records from first table, where members.member_id != groups.members_id


I use many types of quires and it is working:


SELECT * FROM `members` RIGHT OUTER JOIN `member-group` ON `member-group`.memberid != members.memberid


SELECT * FROM `members` WHERE `id` != (SELECT `memberid` FROM `groups`)


Also left join working...



But when second table "GROUP" is empty, then no query is working. It fetch ZERO records.


What is its solution?




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