A stored function is a defined function that is called from within an SQL statement like a regular function, and returns a single value.
|Stored Function Overview||Function called from within an SQL statement, returning a single value|
|Stored Routine Privileges||Privileges associated with stored functions and stored procedures.|
|CREATE FUNCTION||Creates a stored function.|
|ALTER FUNCTION||Change the characteristics of a stored function.|
|DROP FUNCTION||Drop a stored function.|
|SHOW CREATE FUNCTION||Statement that created the function|
|SHOW FUNCTION STATUS||Stored function characteristics|
|SHOW FUNCTION CODE||Representation of the internal implementation of the stored function|
|Stored Aggregate Functions||Custom aggregate functions.|
|Binary Logging of Stored Routines||Stored routines require extra consideration when binary logging.|
|Stored Function Limitations||Restrictions applying to stored functions|
|Information Schema ROUTINES Table||Stored procedures and stored functions information|
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