COUNT(*) Versus COUNT(1)

Manoj Pandey asks what the difference between COUNT(*) and COUNT(1) is:

So, we can clearly and without any doubt say that both COUNT(*) & COUNT(1) are same and equivalent.

Both of these are different from COUNT(SomeColumnName), though.

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