Mark Duplicate in Access
I would like to write a query in Access 2013 to mark the first time a word appears as "Yes" and all subsequent times as "No". I have included a sample below. The "Distinct" column is what I would like my query to generate. Thank you Word Distinct First Yes Second Yes First No Third Yes
Here is one approach: SELECT *, IIf(DMin("ID","Table1","[Word]='" & [Word] & "'")=[ID],"Yes","No") AS FirstWord FROM Table1; Another: SELECT *, IIf([ID] = (SELECT TOP 1 ID FROM Table1 AS Dupe WHERE Dupe.Word = Table1.Word ORDER BY Dupe.Word, Dupe.ID), "Yes", "No") AS FirstWord FROM Table1; DISTINCT is a reserved word so I am avoiding using it as a field name.
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