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Suppose i have a table employee with salary column

now i want a single query which returns all the employees who have average 5 salaries.

If 65 employees have 90000 salary then all should come.

thanks in advance.
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What I have tried:

Suppose i have a table employee with salary column

now i want a single query which returns all the employees who have average 5 salaries.

If 65 employees have 90000 salary then all should come.

thanks in advance.<pre><pre lang="SQL">
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CHill60 26-May-22 3:13am
   
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