D.Wells D.Wells - 1 year ago 65
SQL Question

Getting the count of rows with the same

Trying to learn some sql lately and have come across this problem.
I have a page that displays a country name and its capital in divs, requested from my db. However I want to add a feature where the user can order the display based on the number of cities that a given country contains with a population greater than 1 million. I can't figure out the query that would be needed here however.

How would I obtain as an integer value the number of Cities within the same country with a population greater than 100? My table format is as such. So for example, England should return 2 as there are two english cities that fulfill the criteria, USA 3, India 1 etc. etc. So USA would appear top of my newly ordered results page, followed by England then India.

I've tried union queries but I cant get hold of the value of the first query.

How can I do this?

Table A

| England | London |
| India | New Delhi |
| US | DC |
| | |

Table B

| COUNTRY NAME |Cities with a population > 1m |
| England | London |
| England | Birmingham |
| India | New Delhi |
| US | DC |
| US | New York |
| US | LA |

Thanks for your help!

Answer Source

I'm assuming that all values in table B are cities over the population required. If not add a where clause to restrict the results..

FROM Table B
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