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Normally you could use a
count function to count the number of rows of data returned by get_field on a repeater field.
Because your repeater field is within a flexible content layout, the code will need to be a bit more complex.
Have you read over and used the has_sub_fields function to load the flexible content? You will need to loop through the flexible content field to load the layouts, then use the get_sub_field function to load the repeater field data and append it to a $count.
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