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fill in row (date) when chronological date is missing in result

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Last Modified: 2021-04-21
in the below query, how can you bring a value of zero on the row when there is no value returned for that date in the query?

select top 1000  CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), backup_start_date, 120) Date, count(*) VERIFYNumberOfLogBackupsPerDay
from msdb..backupset where database_name = 'cognox_bk' and type ='L'
group by CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), backup_start_date, 120)
order by 1 desc
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