How to Use Join and String_agg in Microsoft SQL Server

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In this article, we’ll look at how to use join on more than two tables and aggregate the result using the function STRING_AGG() in Microsoft SQL Server.

If you don’t know about Microsoft SQL Server, I’ll briefly explain to you what it is.

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What is Microsoft SQL Server?

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