Bare columns in an aggregate queries. This is a really nice SQL tweak implemented in SQLite: If you run a query like “SELECT a, b, max(c) FROM tab1 GROUP BY a” SQLite will find the row with the highest value for c and use the columns of that row as the returned values for the other columns mentioned in the query.
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