The SQLite HAVING clause is used for filtering data. It is an optional clause that is used in combination with the SQLite SELECT statement. It provides an alternative to e.g. filtering data with WHERE clauses.
Usually, the HAVING clause is also used in combination with the GROUP BY clause. The syntax is as follows:
SELECT columname FROM tablename GROUPBY othercolumnname HAVING searchcondition;
Here is an example:
SELECT customerid, COUNT(orderid) FROM sales GROUP BY region HAVING region = ‘USA’;