This is something I don't do that often, and I always forget the correct syntax. Thus this post.
Let's say you have a table images and a table users. Now you want to delete all rows in table images that are associated with rows in the table users that are marked as deleted.
First, I usually do a visual inspection of the rows that will be deleted:
SELECT i.* FROM images i LEFT JOIN users u ON i.user_id = u.id WHERE u.deleted = 1;
The rows returned by this query are the rows that will be deleted when you run the following query:
DELETE i FROM images i LEFT JOIN users u ON i.user_id = u.id WHERE u.deleted = 1;
They key part here is to specify which table you want to delete from. In this case it's the table
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August 9, 2015
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