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From:Matt Silva Date:May 13 2003 11:52pm
Subject:Re: count()
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you need the 'group by' clause.  The following line will return a result 
that has the status field and the count for each type.

select status, count(*) from <table>  group by status

Matt


Eric Anderson wrote:

>I'm not sure if I'm just having problems thinking today but if you've
>got a field:
>
>status enum('pending','active','cancelled') NOT NULL default 'pending'
>
>and you want to get a total of each the entries, is there any way to do
>it in one pass, as opposed to:
>
>select count(*) from <table> where status='pending'
>select count(*) from <table> where status='active'
>...
>
>mysql,sql
>
>
>  
>


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