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I have a table that lists 100 employees information. One of the fields is a number code, which has many diff codes for some employees. The specific code I want is "001".

I know how to make the query work for just that code, it returns 50 employees.

Here is what I want. A query that will return all employees with the 001 code and the employees that dont have the 001 code.
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by:Rey Obrero
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<employees that dont have the 001 code. >

here is the query for employees that dont have the 001 code

select *
from TableName
where [code field] <> "001"
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by:CMILLER
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I need one query that returns employees with the 001 code, which currently is 50 employees. I need the same query to return the other 50 employees that dont have the 001 code.

I have ten codes ( 001-010 ). All employees have atleast one of the ten codes.

My resulting query needs to return all 100 employees but I only need to know about the 001 code.
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Patrick Matthews earned 500 total points
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>>My resulting query needs to return all 100 employees

Then why not simply use:

SELECT * FROM [TableName]

:)

Or is this what you mean:

SELECT *, IIf([the_code] = "001", "Has 001", "Not 001") AS [Whatever]
FROM [TableName]
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by:Eric Sherman
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<<<<<Here is what I want. A query that will return all employees with the 001 code and the employees that dont have the 001 code.>>>>

Wouldn't that be the same as selecting all employees from your table .... sorted by your code field????


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by:CMILLER
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Matthew,

Thanks, this is what I needed, just didnt know how to explain it.

SELECT *, IIf([the_code] = "001", "Has 001", "Not 001") AS [Whatever]
FROM [TableName]
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