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I have a table in sql with 3 columns.

File#      Status      Exportdate
1      a      1-Jul
1      s      9-Jul
1      d      11-Jul
1      f      13-Jul
1      g      15-Jul
1      h      10-Aug
1      j      20-Aug
2      f      2-Jul
2      a      11-Jul
2      s      31-Jul
2      d      9-Aug

I want the status of the file having last date.
for eg the output of the query should be

File#      Status      ExportDate
1      j      20-Aug
2      d      9-Aug
Microsoft SQL Server 2008Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2005

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Metehan Ozcullu

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Metehan Ozcullu

SELECT TOP 2 * FROM table order by Exportdate desc
Metehan Ozcullu

sorry I did it wrong
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