SQL COUNT CommandWe can count the number of records in a table with different combinations.
Let us first count the total number of records in the table with this count
SELECT count( * ) as total_record FROM student
This will display total records under the name total_record in the table student. Now we
can add some condition to this SQL to count the records with different
conditions. Let us find out the number of students in class Four in out
We are using alias here to display the value under hading total_record
SELECT count( * ) as total_record FROM `student` WHERE class = 'four'
This will return the count of students in class four only. Here since we are
displaying only one count for a fixed class so we can use this way. We may
require to display total of each class in a table so here we have to use
GROUP BY clause to display totals of each class.
We can count the records in different combinations like finding out the number of students of class four who has got more than 60 mark.
SELECT count(*) FROM `student` WHERE class='Four' and mark >60
SELECT count(*) FROM `student` WHERE class='Four' and mark between 50 and 60
Download sql dump of this student table
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i need the answer for how to get the totals of the three columns in the table.
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|Hi there, |
is it possible to do this?
Select count(enabled = 1) from user