Is there a way to get the number of rows that would have been returned had
there not been a LIMIT clause in a SELECT statement?

For example, if
Query #1) SELECT * FROM aTable
would normally return 100 rows.  But
Query #2) SELECT * FROM aTable LIMIT 5
will return 5 rows.  Is there a way to find out that 100 rows would have
been returned if there was no LIMIT clause, by using only Query #2 and maybe
a PHP function on the $result?


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