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Why does ANSI SQL define SUM(no rows) as NULL?
The ANSI SQL standard defines (chapter 6.5, set function specification) the following behaviour for aggregate functions on empty result sets: COUNT(...) = 0 AVG(...) = NULL MIN(...) = NULL MAX(...) = ...
Oct 4 '12 at 16:49
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