Most people new to databases would come across the need to join or combine data from two, or more, tables. In the SQL (Structured Query Language) world this is done by means of “Joins”. Below is a wonderful visual representation of how joins work and what to expect from them. Thank you Mr Moffatt. His full post is available here.
Technically you only need to know 5 join types, not 7 as depicted below. The reason is that a “right join” is the exact opposite of a “left join”. They both accomplish the same result if you arrange TableA and TableB accordingly.