I've been hunting around for a character to put at the beginning of a varchar field that would cause it to alphabetize at the end of the list in an order by. The field is defined as:
[MyField] [varchar] (200) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS NULL
And everything I have tried that comes after 'z' (lower case, which comes after upper case using an ascii table) gets sorted to the top instead of the bottom. This includes the tilde, and broken and unbroken pipe character, both curly braces, and a couple of extended set characters way down on the list.
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