• Subject: Re: Sort Sequence on a LF
  • From: "Buzz Fenner" <nick_exxon@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 20:46:42 PDT

Rob replied:

>
>Or use the ALTSEQ keyword in DDS and find/create a suitable
>translation table.  This method is often used when you want
>to sort irregardless of alphabetic case.  I wish the alpha
>search fields people have created in files would die the
>grisly death they deserve.
>
I work for a public utility where my accounting package has three classes of 
assets: E######, W######, & S###### (#=numeral) where the required sort 
sequence is what you see above.  ALTSEQ does work nicely - but please, no 
s@*t jokes.



Buzz
<nick_exxonNS@hotmail.com>
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