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Category:Computer-aided design software Category:AutodeskQ: Wrap results of a SQL query with a single query I've been reading a lot about getting a single result, and while I feel as if I understand what is happening, I still don't know exactly how to implement it in my query. I have the following table of "skills" and I'm wanting to query a list of users (as a string) with their aggregate skill points. Table "skills" Id | Name | Level --------------+--------------+------------ 1 | Java | 2 2 | C# | 1 3 | PHP | 1 4 | SQL | 2 There are thousands of records in this table, which is what I'm going to be querying against. So, I'm thinking something like this: SELECT (SELECT SUM(LEVEL) FROM skills WHERE id = 2) But this is yielding every level of the skills, instead of just the level of the skill that is equal to the id of the user. Now, I feel like I'm close but not quite there, but I'm not exactly sure how I can modify my query. EDIT: I'm aware that there is a similar question to this but I'm still a bit confused. In the answers provided there, I'm not understanding the answer clearly. A: Use a sub-query: SELECT (SELECT SUM(LEVEL) FROM skills WHERE id = 2) As to your edit: SELECT (SELECT SUM(LEVEL) FROM skills WHERE id = 2) AS skill_points A: Try something like SELECT *, SUM(CASE WHEN id=2 THEN Level ELSE 0 END) AS skill_points FROM skills GROUP

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