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Get the count from my select statement?

Posted on 2012-03-13
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I need simply the COUNT of the following statement:

SELECT       t1.UserID, t1.State, t1.City, t2.Active
FROM          City AS t1 INNER JOIN
                      members AS t2 ON t1.UserID = t2.UserID
WHERE     (t1.State = 'New York') AND (t1.City = 'New York City') AND (t2.Active = 1)


How do I do this?
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Question by:arthurh88
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by:informaniac
ID: 37718302
select @@Count
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by:arthurh88
ID: 37718315
And how do I "select @@Count?"  

Please build my new statement for me.
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by:Paul-B
ID: 37718370
SELECT COUNT(t1.UserID, t1.State, t1.City, t2.Active)
FROM          City AS t1 INNER JOIN
                      members AS t2 ON t1.UserID = t2.UserID
WHERE     (t1.State = 'New York') AND (t1.City = 'New York City') AND (t2.Active = 1)

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micropc1 earned 500 total points
ID: 37718410
Count takes a single parameter. The correct statement is...

SELECT       Count (*)
FROM          City AS t1 INNER JOIN
                      members AS t2 ON t1.UserID = t2.UserID
WHERE     (t1.State = 'New York') AND (t1.City = 'New York City') AND (t2.Active = 1)

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by:arthurh88
ID: 37718459
yes that worked perfectly
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