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    I have two tables:
    Table one: user_name, address
    (the user_name is unique)
    Table two: user_name, prices
    (this one allows duplicate user_name and prices)

    I want to pick draw up a list of user_names with the highest prices. What is the correct way of joining the two tables?
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    If you don't need the address you don't need the first table.

    select user_name,max(prices) as top_price from table_two group by user_name order by top_price;

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