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Need a sql query

 
Priyakant Charokar
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I have a table:

+--------------+---------+----------+
| product_name | sale_id | quantity |
+--------------+---------+----------+
| IPhone | 4 | 10 |
| IPhone | 10 | 20 |
| IPhone | 5 | 15 |
| IPhone | 11 | 20 |
| IPhone | 6 | 20 |
| Moto | 3 | 8 |
| Moto | 1 | 25 |
| Moto | 2 | 16 |
| Samsung | 8 | 18 |
| Samsung | 9 | 20 |
| Samsung | 7 | 20 |
+--------------+---------+----------+



Want the maximum item sale .... it should return

+--------------+---------+----------+
| product_name | sale_id | quantity |
+--------------+---------+----------+
| IPhone | 4 | 10 |
| IPhone | 10 | 20 |
| IPhone | 5 | 15 |
| IPhone | 11 | 20 |
| IPhone | 6 | 20 |
+--------------+---------+----------+

Please help ... with the query
 
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You need to define how you want to group your required output, and what constitutes the "maximum" value for each group. It's not at all clear how you get from your inputs to your expected outputs in your example.

You also need to read about using aggregate functions (like MAX) and GROUP BY in SQL.
 
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