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I have a table with about 5 million records in it.  I need to find the unique values of a field called URL and the number of times these specific URLs appear in my table.

For example:

URL               id
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www.yahoo.com      1
www.lycos.com      2
www.yahoo.com      3

I need a report for the above data to return:

www.yahoo.com   2
www.lycos.com   1


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select url,count(url)
from table
group by url
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With order

select url,count(url)
from table
group by url
order by count(url) desc
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Thanks!  New to this stuff....
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