LEFT JOIN vs LEFT OUTER JOIN in SQL Server

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What's the difference between LEFT JOIN and LEFT OUTER JOIN?
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There's not really much difference between a LEFT JOIN and a LEFT OUTER JOIN. Both versions of the syntax produces exact same result in PL/SQL. Some people do recommend including outer in a LEFT JOIN clause so it's clear that we're creating an outer join, that's entirely optional.

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