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From:Peter Brawley Date:December 29 2006 3:21pm
Subject:Re: Count the number of specific rows
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 >I can simply use this :
 >SELECT id FROM sent WHERE member_id= ...
 >and the use count($result) to count the number, but I want a faster 
way, if
 >possible.

SELECT COUNT(id) FROM sent WHERE member_id= ...

PB

Servers24 Network wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Well this question may seem funny, but I really need to know!
> The problem is with counting a user's contribution in my site. Suppose 
> that
> each user that send an email will be stored in DB. Now I want to count
> number of times that a user has sent an email.
> I can simply use this :
> SELECT id FROM sent WHERE member_id= ...
> and the use count($result) to count the number, but I want a faster 
> way, if
> possible.
> Thanks
>
> PS : This is *MySQL 4.0.x*
>
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Count the number of specific rowsServers24 Network29 Dec
  • Re: Count the number of specific rowsDuncan Hill29 Dec
  • Re: Count the number of specific rowsPhilip Mather29 Dec
  • Re: Count the number of specific rowsPeter Brawley29 Dec
Re: Count the number of specific rowsPhilip Mather29 Dec