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postgreSQL Common Table Expressions


Common Table Expressions in SELECT Queries

Common table expressions support extracting portions of larger queries. For example:

WITH sales AS (
 SUM(orders.amount) AS total
 FROM orders
 GROUP BY orders.ordered_at, orders.user_id
FROM sales
JOIN users USING (user_id)


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