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SELECT ORDER BY SQL Example
This example illustrates use of ORDER BY clause.
The query lists all events and venues where they take place. Result dataset is sorted by ticket price (ascending) and venue name (descending order).

select e1."Event_Name", v2."Venue", e1."Ticket_price"
from "events" e1, "venues" v2
where (e1."VenueNo" = v2."VenueNo")
order by e1."Ticket_price" asc, v2."Venue" desc

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Current version: 7.40
Released: May 15, 2014
Price: $ 149

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