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SQL Help

(OP)
I know a little about querries but not complicated ones.

I have 2 tables

table1
masterid1
classes <-- This is a string field with comma seperated values


tblclasses
masterID2
field1
field2 <-- This is a string field that has comma seperated values
a bunch of of other fields that are irrelevant

So what I am trying to do is have a query to gather all the field2 values from tblclasses for each masterID in Field 1.

Example

Table1. (1 row of data)
Masterid1 = 1000
classes = Math, PE, Science, English,

tblclasses (1 row of data)
field1 = math
field2 = algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics

next row
field 1 = English
field 2 = american lit, british lit, grammer, essay


The query or code will generate something to the effect of

Where masterid1= 1000
str = algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, american lit, british lit, grammer, essay

Any ideas?

Thanks a lot

Chris





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