I think this is referring to something different: a query in the FROM
clause is different from a query in the WHERE clause. In the FROM
clause, you're using the SQL to create an artificial data source, a
"Derived Table" in VFP terms. In the WHERE clause, you're filtering
the data in the SELECT portion against a set of tests, which could
include running a query and testing it against the source records for
matching.

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