In Snowflake, for doing multiple counts in a single query, we have to combine “sum()” with “CASE Statement:”
select count(1), sum(case when name = ‘Table1’ then one else 0 end), sum(case when category = 4, then one else 0 end), from products1
By merging the “CASE” statement and “sum()” function, we can get multiple counts in one query. I hope this is adequate for fetching multiple counts in Snowflake.
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