Summary. MySQL supports all the five (5) ISO standard aggregate functions COUNT, SUM, AVG, MIN and MAX. SUM and AVG functions only work on numeric data. If you want to exclude duplicate values from the aggregate function results, use the DISTINCT keyword.

## What are the 5 aggregate functions in SQL?

**SQL Aggregate Functions**

- AVG – calculates the average of a set of values.
- COUNT – counts rows in a specified table or view.
- MIN – gets the minimum value in a set of values.
- MAX – gets the maximum value in a set of values.
- SUM – calculates the sum of values.

## What do you mean by aggregate function in MySQL?

**MySQL aggregate functions** retrieve a single value after performing a calculation on a set of values. In general, **aggregate functions** ignore null values. Often, **aggregate functions** are accompanied by the GROUP BY clause of the SELECT statement.

## What are the functions of aggregate function?

An aggregate function **performs a calculation on a set of values, and returns a single value**. Except for COUNT(*) , aggregate functions ignore null values. Aggregate functions are often used with the GROUP BY clause of the SELECT statement. All aggregate functions are deterministic.

## What are aggregate functions give some examples?

**Some common aggregate functions include:**

- Average (also called arithmetic mean)
- Count.
- Maximum.
- Minimum.
- Range.
- NaNmean (the mean ignoring NaN values, also known as “nil” or “null”)
- Median.
- Mode.

## What triggers SQL?

A trigger is a **special type of stored procedure that automatically runs when an event occurs in the database server**. DML triggers run when a user tries to modify data through a data manipulation language (DML) event. DML events are INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statements on a table or view.

## What are SQL functions?

A function is **a set of SQL statements that perform a specific task**. … Next time instead of rewriting the SQL, you can simply call that function. A function accepts inputs in the form of parameters and returns a value. SQL Server comes with a set of built-in functions that perform a variety of tasks.

## What are the DML commands?

**Some commands of DML are:**

- SELECT – retrieve data from the a database.
- INSERT – insert data into a table.
- UPDATE – updates existing data within a table.
- DELETE – deletes all records from a table, the space for the records remain.
- MERGE – UPSERT operation (insert or update)
- CALL – call a PL/SQL or Java subprogram.

## What is join in MySQL?

MySQL JOINS are **used to retrieve data from multiple tables**. A MySQL JOIN is performed whenever two or more tables are joined in a SQL statement. There are different types of MySQL joins: MySQL INNER JOIN (or sometimes called simple join) MySQL LEFT OUTER JOIN (or sometimes called LEFT JOIN)

## What are types of join?

**Types of joins**

- Cross join. A cross join returns all possible combinations of rows of two tables (also called a Cartesian product).
- Join/inner join. An inner join, also known as a simple join, returns rows from joined tables that have matching rows. …
- Left outer join/left join.
- Right outer join/right join.
- Full outer join.

## Which is not a function of aggregate function?

Which of the following is not a built in aggregate function in SQL? Explanation: SQL does not include **total** as a built in aggregate function. The avg is used to find average, max is used to find the maximum and the count is used to count the number of values. 2.

## What are the aggregate functions in DBMS?

**Aggregate Functions in DBMS**

- AVG Function. This function returns the average value of the numeric column that is supplied as a parameter. …
- COUNT Function. The count function returns the number of rows in the result. …
- MAX Function. …
- SUM Function. …
- STDDEV Function. …
- VARIANCE Function.

## What is Count aggregate function?

The SQL COUNT function is an **aggregate function that returns the number of rows returned by a query**. You can use the COUNT function in the SELECT statement to get the number of employees, the number of employees in each department, the number of employees who hold a specific job, etc.