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Posted 27 Sep 2012Thank you -SO- much. That's exactly what I was looking for. I haven't ever really used GROUP BY, and I didn't know you could add AND after an ON. Thank you so much. I'll be referencing this post again soon so I can keep in mind what you've showed me. I appreciate you breaking it down for me too with added advice, rather than just handing me a query.
You've saved me so many more headaches, and I learned something in the process. Thank you for your help.
Posted 27 Sep 2012It was complete, I just don't know if it works because I've been working on switching out all the pseudo code with my actual database information; and its confusing. My database already has all the data in it, so it's not like I can willy nilly add columns or delete them without going through hundreds of rows to add in new values.
Once I finally get all the information squared away I'll be happy to say if it works or not; in the mean time I'm leaving the door open for anyone else.
I do appreciate the work you did, thank you.
It's just not easy to implement it into my own environment, so I have no idea if it works or not yet.
Posted 27 Sep 2012
QuoteSo, against my pride, I'm finally asking for some help. This problem is depressing me as I can't progress my work.
I'd be grateful for any giant brains out there.
Let's be a tad less creepy and odd.
Thanks for the criticism and confidence boost.
You could have just been polite and said nothing if those were your thoughts.
Anyways, thank you for the reply; I'm still open to other answers however, if anyone has any.
I've never seen '-- used to comment out before, and I've also never seen # used before table names.
Is that new, out of curiosity?
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