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Using FIRST_VALUE & LAST_VALUE in Oracle Analytic Functions

In this blog, we will see how to use FIRST_VALUE & LAST_VALUE in Oracle with simple examples. FIRST_VALUE and LAST_VALUE in Oracle These are Oracle analytical functions used to return the first value or the last value from a set of ordered rows. These functions can get the first value or the last value within a […]
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Analytic Functions in Oracle

An introductory discussion about Oracle Analytic Functions which are used to calculate or compute Aggregate values, based on a group of rows. Analytic functions are used to calculate or compute aggregate values based on a group of rows, it is also called as a Window. This determines the range of rows used to perform the […]
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Analytic Functions in Oracle 11g

Introduction When an aggregate value is been computed upon a group of rows, it is said to be an analytical function. It is not similar to Aggregate functions, as multiple rows are returned for each group. But in analytical function the group of rows are defined by a clause i.e. analytical_clause, this is also knows […]
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