Eloquent Laravel: How To Get A Row Count From A ->get()

To get the row count from a query using Eloquent in Laravel, you can use the count() method on the result of the get() query.

Here’s an example:

$count = YourModel::get()->count();

In the above code, replace YourModel with the actual name of your Eloquent model that you want to count the rows for.

Alternatively, you can use the count() method directly on the query builder without calling get():

$count = YourModel::count();

This will execute a query to count the number of rows in the table associated with your model.

Make sure to import the necessary Eloquent model class at the top of your file by including use App\Models\YourModel; (if your model is located in the Models folder of your Laravel app).

Note: Using count() directly on the collection returned by get() can be less efficient if you have a large number of rows in the table, as it loads all the rows into memory.

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