SQL Exercises: How many customers get a grade for their performance
SQL Aggregate Functions: Exercise-5 with Solution
From the following table, write a SQL query to determine the number of customers who received at least one grade for their activity.
Sample table: customer
SELECT COUNT (ALL grade) FROM customer;
Output of the Query:
The said SQL statement is used to count the total number of grades present in the 'customer' table. The "COUNT" function is used to count the number of non-null values in the specified column, in this case, the "grade" column.
The "ALL" keyword is not necessary as it is the default behavior for the "COUNT" function to count all values, including duplicates.
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