LEAST(value1,value2,...) returns the smallest (minimum-valued) argument withing two or more arguments : LEAST « Comparison Functions Operators « MySQL Tutorial

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MySQL Tutorial » Comparison Functions Operators » LEAST 
15.11.1.LEAST(value1,value2,...) returns the smallest (minimum-valued) argument withing two or more arguments
mysql>
mysql>
mysql>
mysql> SELECT LEAST(2,0);
+------------+
| LEAST(2,0|
+------------+
|          |
+------------+
row in set (0.00 sec)
15.11.LEAST
15.11.1.LEAST(value1,value2,...) returns the smallest (minimum-valued) argument withing two or more arguments
15.11.2.LEAST() returns NULL if any argument is NULL
15.11.3.LEAST with float value
15.11.4.Using LEAST with string value
15.11.5.Use LEAST with data in a table
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