Total: 25 Subtraction: 5 Multiplication: 150 Division: 1.5
There are many ways to add data to any table in Microsoft SQL. By opening a table in edit mode, you can manually add it to the relevant columns on […]
SQL Drived Table
FIRST_VALUE (), one of our new analytic functions that comes with SQL Server 2012, returns the first value in the sorted data set. LAST_VALUE () returns the last value in […]
The “LEAD ()” function returns the next incoming value based on the specified offset value. If no such value exists, it returns “default”. Returns “NULL” if “default” is not entered […]
The functions RANK and DENSE_RANK are very similar to the ROW_NUMBER function. The difference is the ORDER_BY statement and the connections between these functions. The RANK function returns the same […]
Row_Number () is used to create a sort column in the record list that results from a sql query. In short, the rotating list is a function that creates line numbers for sorting. We can also group these line numbers by any field. This function comes with SQL 2005.
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What is the Grouping sets statement on sql server? What is the difference with Union? In our queries that contain the Sum function, we combine different grouping schemes using the […]
We can use CUBE and ROLLUP statements together with the GROUP BY statement to create sub-aggregations in our queries that contain the aggregate function. CUBE and ROLLUP are very similar, […]
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You can use the PIVOT and UNPIVOT relational operators to change a table-valued expression into another table.