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  1. So I'm trying to filter some records out of my select inside a form on my website. Problem is that I currently have this setup: Database Table1 Time Number Table2 Number Something I'm trying to filter time by checking how many records show up of number in table2 So basically I select time from table1 where number is less than <some amount> in table2 How do I actually put that in sql? I currently have this but it isn't working: SELECT Time FROM Showcase WHERE Number IN (SELECT COUNT(Number) FROM Build WHERE CO
  2. Hello, I have a report looking at courses for my college. Each course can have multiple attributes (which I return with a sub query for each stating 'Y' or 'N' if they are associated with said attribute). My end user is requesting an additional column which states if they are associated with multiple attributes - so the column will return 'Y' if they have multiple attributes, or a 'N' if they only have one attribute. I am requesting assistance in coding the 'Multiple' column, as I am returning a Y or N for each attribute by using sub queries, and not quite sure how to compare the sub quer
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