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How to display that record with sql query

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I have a table .that table record.
1-Name 2-Salery
if have 100 record that table.
firstly salery should be assending order.
then display only
Sep 5 '13 #1
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I have no idea what you are asking... Some sample data and results would be helpful along with a clearer description.
Sep 5 '13 #2

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Do you mean to say there is a table named "Employee Salary" and it has two columns - Name and Salary. You need to display only the salary values which are odd (1,3,5,7 etc) and in ascending order? If yes, below is the query -

Assuming EmployeeSalary to be the table name and Salary to be the column name -

Select * from EmployeeSalary where Salary%2 <> 0
order by salary asc

If you are looking for something else, please write in detail.
Sep 5 '13 #3

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