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Select Not Distinct?


Is their a way to select all items from a table that are not distinct? Meaning, I want to know which items in a column occur more than once.

Example: 

Suppose we have a table with student names, ss# and address. I want to display only records where their is more than one studen with the same name. So for example their could be ten people with the name of "Mike" in a class?

 

Ralph


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2,bob,smith
3,fred,smith
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5,fred,green

I want to do something like

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in the example above I want a results set like this

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thanks.

Thankx

Kervin.
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the location_number is the only field that has to be one per on output.

table abc will have

Alan Andrews abc company 1 Main st 00001
John Andrews abc company 1 Main st 00001
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Rick Roberts SSS, LLC 123 Elm ST 00002
Jay Smith JJJ Inc 524 5th ave 00002

shold result to
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eric Roberts SSS, LLC 123 Elm ST 00002

Is there a way to do this?

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