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Regarding sorting

santhosh kumar vk
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Joined: Aug 25, 2009
Posts: 151

How to sort column which have some special characters like $#%## but i am getting wrong results, Could you please tell me how to short.

Santhosh Kumar V.K
Martin Vajsar

Joined: Aug 22, 2010
Posts: 3733

What have you tried? What does "wrong result" mean?

There are various lexicographic rules, and their ordering of these special characters might differ. Oracle has a session parameter called NLS_SORT which determines the lexicographic rules used for sorting and affects all queries in the session. Then there is a NLSSORT function that can be used to override the session-wide setting for a single query.
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