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I need help writing queries:

Select all records from tblA that exist in tblB and tblC where fldA in tblC = "John"

Assuming fldA in tblB & tblC are foreign key from tblA:

select all rows from tblA, all rows from tblB where tblB.fldA = tblA.fldA, all rows from tblC where tblC.fldA = tblA.fldA

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