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got a table with (class, name, exam, score) fields.

To find max(score) for exam that starts with letter 'm'
grouped by class and name,did:

select max(score) from #temp where exam like 'm%'
group by class,name

this work only for selecting max(score) from #temp.
How to select all columns and max(score) at the same time,
how to do select *,max(score) from #temp?.
when tried, it gave multiple reults, error.

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Hi

It is better to post DDL (Create table statements) example data (as insert
statements), your attempted statements and expected output, rather than a
verbose description as this removes all ambiguities.

You could try

SELECT Class, Name, Exam, ( SELECT MAX(Score) FROM #Temp T WHERE T.Class =
D.Class AND T.Name = D.Name ) as MaxScore
FROM #Temp D
WHERE D.Exam like 'm%'

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got a table with (class, name, exam, score) fields.

To find max(score) for exam that starts with letter 'm'
grouped by class and name,did:

select max(score) from #temp where exam like 'm%'
group by class,name

this work only for selecting max(score) from #temp.
How to select all columns and max(score) at the same time,
how to do select *,max(score) from #temp?.
when tried, it gave multiple reults, error.

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