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Getting Min or Max value without aggregates

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// Enter here the actual content of the snippet. // Select max value without using MAX() //Version 1 SELECT * FROM SO.dbo.MaxNoAgg mna1 LEFT JOIN SO.dbo.MaxNoAgg mna2 ON (mna2.salary > mna1.salary) WHERE mna2.mna_id IS NULL; //version 2 SELECT age FROM Owner o1 WHERE NOT EXISTS (SELECT 1 FROM Owner o2 WHERE o2.age > o1.age)
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