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Language: Enterprise
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 20, 2001

Select a Specified Interval of Rows in SQL Server


Selecting the top N rows in a table is no problem in SQL Server, but how to select the 2N to 3N rows is not as clear. Using the following SQL statement, you can achieve this functionality (retrieve the 21-40th highest orders):
 
SELECT TOP 20 OrderID, Subtotal
FROM Northwind.dbo.[Order Subtotals]
WHERE NOT OrderID IN (
    SELECT TOP 20 OrderID
    FROM Northwind.dbo.[Order Subtotals]
    ORDER BY Subtotal DESC)
ORDER BY Subtotal DESC
Christoffer Hedgate
 
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