In this tutorial in will show you how to check number of rows in postgres table.
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Check number of rows in postgres table
There is a time when we need to check the number of rows in postgres table. We can use the following command to check the number of rows in a particular table.
SELECT COUNT(*) from public.users;
In the above command you need to replace the name of schema and table with yours.
SELECT COUNT(*) from public.users; count -------- 10 (1 row)
In the above output we can see we have 10 users.
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