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Query and sub query question in Oracle SQL.

 
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I have a Employee table in Oracle. It has all the employees and their salaries listed. The Employee table has following columns:

Employee_ID as PK
Employee_Name
Salary
...

I need to create a query that list the salaries in desc order with the employee count with each of the salaries. I think I need to
get the distinct salaries first in a sub query and then get the counts... Thanks for any helps.
 
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You may want to look into using "group by", "order by" and "count(*)".
 
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