How to use Swift-Kuery (PostgreSQL) ?

Hello

I’m trying to use Swift-Kuery-PostgreSQL (https://github.com/IBM-Swift/Swift-Kuery-PostgreSQL).

How can I execute and get the result of SQL query like below with Swift-Kuery?

[SQL]
SELECT COUNT(*) FROM MyTable WHERE MyId=10;

[Swift-Kuery]
let myTable = MyTable()
let sqlQuery = Select(from: myTable).where(myTable.MyId == 10) // How can I COUNT this?
let sqlQueryRaw = “SELECT COUNT(*) FROM myTable WHERE myTable = 10” // Does this work for Raw query?

connection.execute(sqlQuery) { queryResult in
// How can I get the result from the queryResult?
}

Thank you

Jin

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