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From:Peter  Brawley Date:August 14 2004 9:15am
Subject:Re: MYSQL RECORDS AND ALPHABETICAL ORDER
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A defining feature of a relational database is that its data storage is
entirely independent of the physical order of rows. To specify row order in
a query, use an ORDER BY clause.

PB


----- Original Message -----
  From: Remember14a@stripped
  To: mysql@stripped
  Sent: Saturday, August 14, 2004 2:56 AM
  Subject: MYSQL RECORDS AND ALPHABETICAL ORDER


  Dear Friends,

  I have mysql table which retains names,Data is written to mysql table
using
  php query, however when I check the records, I amn't able to do the same
in
  alphabetical order.
  How do I make mysql to retain records in alphabetical order.

  Any guidance, please.


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