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## How do you select the top 10 maximum value in SQL?

**Re: SQL command for retrieving 10 highest values ?**

- SELECT TOP(2) * FROM ( SELECT 1 ID,1233 AMOUNT UNION SELECT 2 ID,12 AMOUNT UNION SELECT 3 ID,1003 AMOUNT UNION SELECT 4 ID,1897 AMOUNT UNION SELECT 5 ID,1245 AMOUNT ) A ORDER BY AMOUNT DESC. …
- SELECT TOP(10) * FROM ( SELECT DISTINCT Customer. …
- SELECT DISTINCT Customer.

## How do you find the highest amount in SQL?

To find the max value of a column, **use the MAX() aggregate function**; it takes as its argument the name of the column for which you want to find the maximum value. If you have not specified any other columns in the SELECT clause, the maximum will be calculated for all records in the table.

## How can I get first 10 rows in SQL Server?

The ANSI SQL answer is **FETCH FIRST** . If you want ties to be included, do FETCH FIRST 10 ROWS WITH TIES instead. To skip a specified number of rows, use OFFSET , e.g. Will skip the first 20 rows, and then fetch 10 rows.

## How do you select the top 5 values in SQL?

**SQL SELECT TOP Clause**

- SQL Server / MS Access Syntax. SELECT TOP number|percent column_name(s) FROM table_name;
- MySQL Syntax. SELECT column_name(s) FROM table_name. LIMIT number;
- Example. SELECT * FROM Persons. LIMIT 5;
- Oracle Syntax. SELECT column_name(s) FROM table_name. WHERE ROWNUM <= number;
- Example. SELECT * FROM Persons.

## How can I get top 3 salary in SQL?

**To Find the Third Highest Salary Using a Sub-Query,**

- SELECT TOP 1 SALARY.
- FROM (
- SELECT DISTINCT TOP 3 SALARY.
- FROM tbl_Employees.
- ORDER BY SALARY DESC.
- ) RESULT.
- ORDER BY SALARY.

## What is a cross join?

A cross join is **a type of join that returns the Cartesian product of rows from the tables in the join**. In other words, it combines each row from the first table with each row from the second table. This article demonstrates, with a practical example, how to do a cross join in Power Query.

## What does percent do in SQL?

The percent sign (%) **represents zero, one, or multiple characters**. The underscore sign (_) represents one, single character.

## What is over () in SQL?

The OVER clause was added to SQL Server “way back” in SQL Server 2005, and it was expanded upon in SQL Server 2012. … The OVER clause is **used to determine which rows from the query are applied to the function, what order they are evaluated in by that function, and when the function’s calculations should restart**.

## How can I get highest salary in department wise?

Notice that Smith and Tom belong to the Engg department and both have the same salary, which is the highest in the Engg department. Hence the query “SELECT **DeptID, MAX(Salary)** FROM EmpDetails GROUP BY DeptID” will not work since MAX() returns a single value.

…

DeptID | EmpName | Salary |
---|---|---|

Engg | Tom | 2000 |

HR | Danny | 3000 |

IT | John | 3000 |

## How do I get the highest value in 3 columns in SQL?

To get the maximum value from three different columns, use **the GREATEST() function**. Insert some records in the table using insert command. Display all records from the table using select statement.

## How do you find the maximum and minimum value?

Finding max/min: There are two ways to find the absolute maximum/minimum value for f**(x) = ax2 + bx + c**: Put the quadratic in standard form f(x) = a(x − h)2 + k, and the absolute maximum/minimum value is k and it occurs at x = h. If a > 0, then the parabola opens up, and it is a minimum functional value of f.