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MySql Deletion of Row Data Where Count > 1


Just to want an easy way to thin out duplication in a table. I have column1, column2 and column3 - where the count of column1 is greater than 1 then I need a select statement to perform a delete query that limits the deletion to 1.

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Julian Hansen

8/22/2022 - Mon

Why would you have duplicate content, could you elaborate...
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Thanks Julian. Exactly what I needed.

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