Can I use… F302-01, “INTERSECT DISTINCT table operator”

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  1. Requires the keyword distinct explicitly
  2. Explicit keyword distinct not supported

Normative References

F302-01, “INTERSECT DISTINCT table operator”, is an optional feature of ISO/IEC 9075-2. It was present in SQL:1999, which was the first revision of the SQL standard that enumerated the individual features. In SQL-92 intersect—without the optional keyword distinct—was part of the intermediate level.

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