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~ SQL Question: Collecting a column's values?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

How can get the result of column's values?

Student | Mark

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St1 | 5

St2 | 9

St3 | 10

St4 | 1

St5 | 5

I need the result to show me number (30) , collecting the marks, thank you.

Edited by EKY32

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CaptainClucks,

you are a world record holder

Actually I think I am - with 5 in a row! :D

But in my defence it was just after a forum software update and everything was going wrong. ;)

EKY32,

Patience my friend - give the forum a bit of time to react! I will delete the others. ;)

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Sounds legit :)

Anyway, I think the OP might need to explain a little better, else I don't understand what they mean when asking the question, especially the bit around "raw's value".

Are they talking about limiting the query to a maximum or minimum result return?

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I'm sorry, I was getting a network error, so the topic had been posted many times.

I'm sorry again, i mean i need to collect the columns' values.


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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

That's not an AutoIt related question but an SQL question.

Have a look at keyword "DISTINCT"

jchd is correct, of course.

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

On an SQL-dedicated forum, one would answer:

SELECT SUM([MARK]) from <insert table name here>;

but exact syntax depends on which SQL engine you're using and whether possible NULLs should be dealt with.

Edited by jchd

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