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i want to show through select statement to find a duplicate value from a column ..
like i am having this table
 
stid stname
1 rahul
2 amit
3 abhi
4 rahul
5 rahul
 

now i want show like that.
 
stid stname
1 rahul
4 rahul
5 rahul
 
please help me out from this problem.
Posted 8-Feb-13 19:51pm
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Solution 2

try this
DECLARE @t TABLE (stid  INT, stname VARCHAR(10))
INSERT INTO @t(stid, stname) VALUES (1, '1')
INSERT INTO @t(stid, stname) VALUES (2, '1')
INSERT INTO @t(stid, stname) VALUES (3, '2')
INSERT INTO @t(stid, stname) VALUES (4, '3')
INSERT INTO @t(stid, stname) VALUES (5, '4')
INSERT INTO @t(stid, stname) VALUES (6, '5')
INSERT INTO @t(stid, stname) VALUES (7, '6')
 

select * from @t where stname IN ( SELECT stname FROM @t GROUP BY stname HAVING COUNT(stname) > 1)
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amitkumar5734 at 9-Feb-13 6:01am
   
thnq sir.. thanks a lot.
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