In PostgreSQL, I'd like to be able to use a UNION and a LIMIT clause and
have some kind of function to determine how many rows could have come back
without the LIMIT clause.
Is there some kind of function like pg_numrows() that IGNORES the LIMIT
clause? I sure couldn't find it, but maybe I'm just missing it.
I suppose I could do a sub-query:
select count(*) from (select ... union select ...) but that seems kinda
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