displaying only one

if the value of the table has 2 to 3 records that have the same value
how can i display it without repeating again

sample

DTR(table)
empid    date1           timein    type1      
6111    9/10/2003            7:01         TI      *TI stands for time in
6111   9/10/2003             7:01        TI
6111   9/1/2003               7:01     TI
6111     9/1/2003             5:10     TO      *TO stands for time out
6111     9/1/2003               5:10     TO
6111     9/1/2003               5:10     TO
6111     9/1/2003               5:10     TO            
6111      9/2/2003              7:10     TI
6111       9/2/2003            7:10         TI
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GaryCommented:
Is this from a db, best to use your sql to filter out the dupes
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DoppyNLCommented:
indeed, best to filter it out with sql.

Even better: remove the duplicate entrys with some smart code so you don't have to filter them out with sql.

Even better: prevent the duplicate entrys from getting into the system (some error in entering the data??)
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Ryan ChongCommented:
Generally, you can add a "Group By" clause in order to show only grouped records, example:

Select empid, date1, timein, type1 from DTR Group By empid, date1, timein, type1

Hope this helps

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red010knightCommented:
I agree with DoppyNL,
When updating your table with the information - have a query that checks to see if the data is in the table prior to you updating the table with the information. Its a little more in the code, but it will clean up your Database considerably.

Red010Knight
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hemanth_mca123Commented:
simple way use distinctinct keyword
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hemanth_mca123Commented:
select distinct * from table name
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hemanth_mca123Commented:
by using 'rowid' option in oracle we can delete the duplicate records
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