I have a query that uses a LIMIT clause. Let's say it looks like this:
SELECT * FROM blah WHERE something<>0 LIMIT 5;
Ok, now my table really has 20 rows that satisfy the WHERE statement but I only retrieved 5. There was a function/statement that I could use to find out the total number of rows that would have been returned had I not used the LIMIT clause. Does anyone know what the statement was? I forget.
Yes, I'm using PHP btw.
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