|Related to : SQL sort failing when sorted column contains both numeric and alphanumeric values|
|Read one column values from database and and sort randomly and put the sorted values into other column|
One Recordset sort Desc, second Recordset sort Asc. Then loop through
the first RS and update the table with the first RS value where table
value equals second RS value.
In this example change ColumnName, ColumnName2 and TableName according
to your database. ColumnName2 is output column so it will be replaced
with new values.
Dim MyDB As DAO.Database, MyRS As DAO.Recordset, My
|SQL: Filter on Alpha and numeric on column of Type TEXT|
First I would go slap the person who designed the table (hopefully it
isn't you) :>
Go to here and get the split table function. I would then convert the
text column (like you have in example above) into varchar(max) and
supply it as the parameter to the split function. Then you could
select from the table results of the split function using the user
|How can I prevent MySQL numeric values from changing? (phpMyAdmin)|
NUMERIC(3,2) means - 3 digits for whole number and 2 after decimal
|Restricting the user to enter only numeric numeric number and float using angualrJS|
you can accomplish that with the directive ng-required together with
ng-pattern and a regular expression that catches your needs:
<input type="text" ng-pattern="regexThatMatchesWhatYouWant"
|unix sort inconsistent with mixed numeric and non-numeric|
The -n is an overall program option, not part of any key descriptor,
even when you physically combine it with a key descriptor in the way
you did. If you want only the first key to be sorted numerically,
then that would be
sort -k1,1n -k2,2 -k3,3
which in fact yields the same order that the input already is in.