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I have a table that has a column varchar which contains numeric and
alphanumeric values:

Examples

1
10
11
29A
2000
3
4
400
401
401A
402
404A
404B
5

Is there a way to sort correctly?

TIA
Sep 3 '08 #1
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>I have a table that has a column varchar which contains numeric and
alphanumeric values:

Examples

1
10
11
29A
2000
3
4
400
401
401A
402
404A
404B
5

Is there a way to sort correctly?

It *is* sorted 'correctly'.
Sep 5 '08 #2

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