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This post is the second in a series where we will discuss window functions in MySQL. The syntax of these window functions can also be intimidating when you first start using them. All the code examples in this post use the database table and data we created in [Part 1] and use examples of different window functions. Each of these functions takes three arguments: The column we wish to retrieve, the number of rows we want to offset, and the default value to return is '0' The default value is a hardcoded value or column name.