SQLCMD removing Number of Rows Count from results...????

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This SQLCMD:

sqlcmd -S 192.168.10.4 -i c:\ftp\calldataimport.sql -o c:\ftp\WOWCO_HBC_HMTB.csv -s"," -W -h -1

Gives me these results:


2/11/2008 12:31      2/11/2008 12:47      135      9720079919      HMTB      950      5      K      0      0
2/11/2008 12:48      2/11/2008 12:55      256      9720079926      HMTB      421      6      M      0      0
2/11/2008 12:55      2/11/2008 12:55      135      9720079928      HMTB      27      7      G      0      0
                                                      
(36 rows affected)                                                      


How do I tell the SQLCMD to NOT print:  

 "(36 rows affected)"   <--------- !!!!!

THANKS
MikeV
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
add the following on the first line of your .sql file:

SET NOCOUNT ON
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MIKESoftware Solutions ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Don't I feel stupid......

As always...THANKS Angellll

MikeV
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