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What Does A Foreign Key Constraint Do

A Foreign Key is a database key that is used to link two tables together. The FOREIGN KEY constraint identifies the relationships between the database tables by referencing a column, or set of columns, in the Child table that contains the foreign key, to the PRIMARY KEY column or set of columns, in the Parent table

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