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I'm currently building a web-based store for my company that allows students register for different classes. In the administration section of the website there is page where a user can create a new class for students to register for. On this page there is multiple items that the person must fill out; date and time of class, the instructor, the course name, etc. Some of these items are stored in a database. For example, there is a table that has all the instructor's names and ID numbers, and there is another table with all the course names, price, etc.

My problem is that I want to populate several drop-down menus with information from different tables that have no relationship. For example I want to pull all the instructor's names (to be placed in one drop-down) and also select all the different course names (to be placed in a different drop-down). Now I could use multiple SQL statements to do this, but I was hoping there was a way to do it with a single SQL statement, however it cannot use JOINS. This is because, in the above example, the instructors table and the course table do not have any columns that are the same that the JOIN can be done on. I wanted to use a single SQL statement since this is web-based and the less calls to the database the quicker the website will load.

Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated, and thanks in advance for any help.
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