I just implemented implicitly inferred GROUP BY syntax in the SQL client
This means that if you omit the GROUP BY clause it will automatically infer
it to be of the set of non-aggregate columns.
Given the kind of usage this is getting, making it more convenient like
this is worthwhile IMO.
You can do something like this, for example:

  > select account, sum(position);

I can't think of any reason this would be a problem.
If you know why SQL normally requires the explicit GROUP BY when it can be
inferred automatically, please let me know.

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