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Subject: TopQuery.doc (beginner)
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TopQuery.doc

Illustrates issues involving the TOP predicate

SQL, the query language of Microsoft Access, has many powerful, yet little known features. One of these is the Top Query. A Top query allows you to limit the results of a query to a certain number (or percentage) of records.

The term "top" is deceiving, because it implies "largest" values. However, this is not strictly the case. You can choose the top largest values or the top smallest values. As we will see later, you can even choose random records

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