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I'm making a custom query for posts using something like:

$p = new WP_Query(); 
$p->query(array('offset' => 30, 'posts_per_page' => 10));

If I have 36 posts on the entire blog, $p->post_count will return the number of posts that were retrieved, 6 in this case.

I need to get the post count just like I would if I omitted this 2 arguments (so I can calculate the remaining post count). How can I do that, without making another query?

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The found_posts property $p->found_posts will return it.

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