On Thu, 28 Mar 2002, Sebastian A. wrote:
> When you say "ORDER BY that", is it also possible to do that via letters
> such as ORDER BY 'S', because from what I understand, ORDER BY has to be
> a column.
The object of "order by" should be something that changes for each row, or
else the statement is meaningless.
If you order by "s", you aren't really doing anything, because the letter
"s" is always the letter "s", regardless of the data in the database.
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