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Posted on 2016-07-18
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Hi all, I would like to get the out of the count...

Select * from tickets where event_ID=20

Output:

2x USD
3x SGD
5x AUD

I Don't want the count, I just want the output.

This is so I can do less queries on the page, relating to currency conversion
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Question by:Graeme
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by:Ryan Chong
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what do you mean by
I Don't want the count, I just want the output.

?
can you elaborate more?
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by:Graeme
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Hi Ryan, sorry the mobile app isnt as good as the PC

So the Query I currently have is:

Select * from tickets where event_ID=20

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its output is:
USD
USD
SGD
AUD
AUD
SGD
SGD
AUD
AUD
AUD

I know if I do a count of these, its
2x USD
3x SGD
5x AUD

but I do not want the count (the numeric number)

I want the output (3 different types)
USD
SGD
AUD

hope this makes more sense
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Ryan Chong earned 500 total points
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i'm not too sure if I understand you, but think you can use a Group By clause here?

like:
Select currencyfield
from tickets
where event_ID=20
group by currencyfield
order by by currencyfield

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see if this is what you want?
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by:Graeme
ID: 41717231
Oh that might be the way, let me try it out, will get back to you soon

Cheers!
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by:Graeme
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Perfect mate! cheers!
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by:worthyking1
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A much simpler way is to use the DISTINCT method, as follows:

Select DISTINCT CurrencyType from tickets where event_ID=20

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* Obviously replace "CurrencyType" above with your actual column name. You can also add ORDER BY if needed to sort the results.
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