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SQL statement to get NULL count for a column

something like

Select NULL_COUNT (col1), NULL_COUNT (col2), NULL_COUNT (col3) from table 1

Must work for Oracle and Sybase
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wilcoxonCommented:
This should work on any database that follows SQL standards at all.

select count(*) from table1 where col1 is null
select count(*) from table1 where col2 is null
select count(*) from table1 where col3 is null
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Pratima PharandeCommented:
Select
Sum (Case When (col1 is null) then 1 else 0 end) as cnt_col1,
Sum (Case When (col2 is null) then 1 else 0 end) as cnt_col2,
Sum (Case When (col3 is null) then 1 else 0 end) as cnt_col3
from table 1
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sdstuberCommented:
select count(*) allcnt,  count(col1) col1cnt, count(col2) col2cnt, count(col3) col3cnt from table


null count for col1 = allcnt - col1cnt
null count for col2 = allcnt - col2cnt
null count for col3 = allcnt - col3cnt
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SharathData EngineerCommented:
For completion of sdstuber's solution.
SELECT allcnt - col1cnt AS Null_Count_Col1, 
       allcnt - col2cnt AS Null_Count_Col2, 
       allcnt - col3cnt AS Null_Count_Col3 
  FROM (SELECT COUNT(*)    allcnt, 
               COUNT(col1) col1cnt, 
               COUNT(col2) col2cnt, 
               COUNT(col3) col3cnt 
          FROM table1) AS t1  

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