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Is using SUM() twice suboptimal?
I know I have to write SUM twice, if I wish to use it in a HAVING clause (or use a derived table otherwise): SELECT id, sum(hours) AS totalhours FROM mytable GROUP BY id HAVING sum(hours) ...
May 28 '13 at 14:02
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