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How to Have Multiple Counts in Snowflake

To perform multiple counts, we can merge the “sum()” function with the “CASE” statement. This article teaches you combining the “CASE” statement and the “SUM” function. 

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Snowflake - How to Have Multiple Counts

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

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Conclusion:

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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SaiKumar Kalla

Kalla Saikumar is a technology expert and is currently working as a content associate at MindMajix. Write articles on multiple platforms such as ServiceNow, Business Analysis, Performance Testing, Mulesoft, Oracle Exadata, Azure, and other courses. And you can join him on LinkedIn.