mysql qerry

I have a table with three columns: id (index), subid (index), code (string)

for every id there may be several subid's but there is at least one. For every id and given subid the code should be the same. ie there should be a one to one relationship between codeid and code for a given id. Should have done this in two tables of course. What I need is a query that shows the rows where this is not true.
phillystyle123Asked:
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SharathData EngineerCommented:
try this

SELECT t1.* 
FROM   your_table AS t1 
       INNER JOIN (SELECT   id, 
                            subid 
                   FROM     your_table 
                   GROUP BY id, 
                            subid 
                   HAVING   Count(DISTINCT code) > 1) AS t2 
         ON t1.id = t2.id 
            AND t1.subid = t2.subid

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