Mark Thomas wrote:
>> Please help! :-( If I need to structure my query differently, I can.
>> Ruby is so beautiful and I know I am missing some easy way to do this
>> and for the life of me I can't figure it out on my own.
> 
> It would help if you show your model or at least 'p @results'. Then
> show what you want as output. For me at least, code will be easier to
> decipher than what you mean by things like "tied back to the rep".

Sorry about that.  Here's a sample of the results after calling 
.inspect.  Should help clarify the structure of my resultset.

#<Client:0x4920884 @attributes={\"order_count\"=>\"4\", 
\"sales_day\"=>\"2009-04-13\", \"sales_rep\"=>\"Michael\"}>,
#<Client:0x4920848 @attributes={\"order_count\"=>\"2\", 
\"sales_day\"=>\"2009-04-13\", \"sales_rep\"=>\"John\"}>,
#<Client:0x492080c @attributes={\"order_count\"=>\"10\", 
\"sales_day\"=>\"2009-04-13\", \"sales_rep\"=>\"Jane\"}>,
#<Client:0x49204c4 @attributes={\"order_count\"=>\"1\", 
\"sales_day\"=>\"2009-04-14\", \"sales_rep\"=>\"Michael\"}>,
#<Client:0x4920488 @attributes={\"order_count\"=>\"9\", 
\"sales_day\"=>\"2009-04-14\", \"sales_rep\"=>\"John\"}>,
#<Client:0x4920438 @attributes={\"order_count\"=>\"7\", 
\"sales_day\"=>\"2009-04-14\", \"sales_rep\"=>\"David\"}>,
#<Client:0x49203e8 @attributes={\"order_count\"=>\"2\", 
\"sales_day\"=>\"2009-04-14\", \"sales_rep\"=>\"Albert\"}>]"


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