This post is related to this Stackoverflow question:
MySQL simple beginner query?
Linked question has started as a simple beginners question. It got properly formatted (revision #2). At that point it also received two answers one of which also got accepted. Everything ok so far.
But afterwards this question got severely edited but in a way that answers aren't related to the question any more. OP asks about something else now as it did by the time, answers came in. It also got -4 score. But that's likely related to question being poorly defined.
Original poster also commented that his question is exact duplicate of a nother one which seems unrelated. Or it actually tells us what poster really wanted to ask us. It seems that he was likely struggling with
join statement and not aggregate functions as it reads from his question... Anyway.
Instead of voting this question to close, I'd rather revert it back to revision #2 where the question is last time related to answers (ans accepted one as well) while also being properly formatted.
Should we vote to close this question or rather revert it as suggested?