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Hi Expert,

Could you give a small example how to use

RANK ( )    OVER ( [ < partition_by_clause > ] < order_by_clause > )

Thanks in advance.

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This is a good example, I have. For RANK(), ROW_NUMBER() AND DENSE_RANK()
http://thehobt.blogspot.com/2009/02/rownumber-rank-and-denserank.html

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