How to do a full outer JOIN in MySQL

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I'm fairly new to MySQL but I'm wondering if I could do a full outer Join in it? Does anyone know if that's possible? Is it actually supported?
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  • TheRealRaven
    The [FULL] keyword is not (yet) implemented in MySQL. How you should do it depends on whether you want duplicates or not. Essentially, [FULL] is just [LEFT] plus [RIGHT], i.e., a [UNION].
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